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This is Part 3 of the video series edited by anmi.
Learn Japanese - Japanese in 3 minutes - Part 3 - Edited
I have been focusing on verbs and so far I have touched upon the fact that they can be divided into the following 4 types.
Transitive verbs that belong to Group 1
Intransitive verbs that belong to Group 1
Transitive verbs that belong to Group 2
Intransitive verbs that belong to Group 2
Obviously, Transitive verbs by definition require an object in the sentence therefore they always go with object marker を whereas Intransitive verbs do not.
I have also explained the advantages of learning verbs in masu form first rather than dictionary form, as infinitive form.
One of the advantages is so that you can find out which group the verb of your choice belongs to more easily by looking at the vowel just before ます.
When the vowel is い, the verb usually belongs to Group 1, e.g. のみiます.
Whereas, when the vowel is え, the verb usually belongs to Group 2, e.g. たべeます.
Applying that, let's try conjugating verbs from masu form to dictionary form :)
When it is Group 1 verb such のみiます, the vowel i becomes u, so it will be のむu.
When it is Group 2 verb such as たべeます, all you have to do is to replace ます with る.
< ますフォームで覚える日本語の動詞 >
動詞 Group 1と2
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