50+ JLPT Grammar N5 structures you have to know – Explanation and Example

This post will give you over 50 JLPT Grammar N5 structures with detail explanation and example sentences.

Grammar plays an important role in the JLPT test. Therefore, if you can understand all of these Japanese grammars we mentioned today, we think the JLPT N5 test will be much easier.

Click on each grammar structure to read the detail explanation and example sentences.

から (kara): From, sinceから (kara): Since, because
か (ka): Question particleか (ka): Or
が (ga: But, however, stillが (ga): Subject marker
いちばん (ichiban): The most, the bestでしょう (deshou): I think, probably
で (de): By; for; in; using; withより~のほうが ~ (yori~no hou ga): More than
や (ya): Andつもり (tsumori): Plan to do something; plan on doing something; to be convinced that
で (de): In, at, onと (to): And, with
てはいけない (te wa ikenai): May not, must notてから (tekara): After doing something, since
てもいい (te mo ii): Is okay, is alright to, can, mayほうがいい (hou ga ii): It’d be better to not do something
てください (tekudasai): Please do somethingている (teiru): Be doing something
たことがある (ta koto ga aru): Have done something beforeたい (tai): Want to do something
すぎる (sugiru): Too muchのが下手 (no ga heta): To be bad at something
だろう (darou): Probably; seems; i think; i guess; i wonder; i hope; don’t you agree?のがすき (no ga suki): To love / to like doing something
のが上手 (no ga jouzu): To be good atので (node): Because of; the reason is that; given that
ほうがいい (hou ga ii): Had better, should, it’d be better toの (no): Verb nominalizer
の (no): Of (indicates possessive)にする (nisuru): To decide on
にいく (ni iku): To go in order to do somethingに/へ (ni/e): To (indicates direction / destination)
に (ni): In, at, on, toなる (naru): To become
だけ (dake): Only, justないでください (naide kudasai): **please don’t do
な (na): Don’t doがいる (gairu): To exist, there is/are
もう (mou): Already; anymoreも (mo): also, too, as well
ましょう (mashou): Let’s, shall weませんか (masen ka): Let’s, won’t you, wouldn’t you
まえに (mae ni): Before, in front ofまで (made): Until; till; to; as far as; to (an extent); even
まだ (mada): Still; not yetくらい (kurai): about, approximately
だ / です (da / desu): To be (copula)けど / けれども (kedo / keredomo): But; however; although
がある (ga aru): To be, to exist

 

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