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Learn JLPT N4 Grammar: かな (kana)

Meaning: I wonder, should I?, is it?, I wish that (with a negative), I hope that

Formation:

Sentence + かな

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Learn JLPT N2 Grammar: ばかり (bakari) – 2

Meaning: about, approximately

Formation:

Noun (indicates time or distance) + ばかり

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Learn JLPT N4 Grammar: みたいに / みたいな (mitai ni / mitai na)

Meaning: like, similar to

Formation:

Noun + みたいに + Verb/Adjective
Noun + みたいな + Noun
Verb-casual + みたいに + Verb/Adjective
Verb-casual + みたいな + Noun

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Learn JLPT N3 Grammar: 中 (chuu/juu)

Meaning: during, throughout

Formation:

Noun + 中

When 中 is attached to some Nouns it’s pronounced as “chuu” while to others it’s pronounced as “juu.” There’s no specific rule so you’ll need to learn by heart.

When attached to some certain Nouns, 中 can be pronounced as both chuu and juu. For example:

世界中 (sekaichuu/seikaijuu): around the world
年中 (nenchuu/nenjuu): whole year, all year round

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Learn JLPT N4 Grammar: Volitional Form of Verbs

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