The Ultimate Beginner Japanese Cheat Sheet PDF – Illustrated Guide – Free Download!
This PDF Guide is the ultimate resource for Beginner Japanese Learners .
It covers numbers, time, verb cojugation, and even includes a handy hiragana and katakana chart. This one-sheet PDF has all that you need to be familiar with the basics of most Japanese Concepts.
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In the cheat sheet, it covered 12 conjugation forms for both formal verb and informal verb.
For example, Te-form is the first challenge for many Japanese beginners. In the cheat sheet, we list the rules to help you remember the conjugation.
|U-verb||-う/つ/る||ex: 買う||って||ex: 買って|
|-む/ぶ/ぬ||ex: 読む||んで||ex: 読んで|
|-す||ex: 話す||して||ex: 話して|
|-く/ぐ||ex: 泳ぐ||いていで||ex: 泳いで|
|Ru- verb||-る||ex: 食べる||て||ex: 食べて|
Day of the week-
The easiest thing to remember is that each day of the week ends with the kanji “曜日” and each day is represented by a different element of nature.
The first kanji of the days come from the five visible planets which named after the five Chinese elements (metal 金, wood 木, water水, fire火, earth土), and also the moon 月 and sun 日.
Days of the month-
The counter is にち (日) and you can simply add the number of the day. The first 10 days have special readings that you should pay attention to.
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