JLPT N2 Grammar lesson 1

JLPT N2 Grammar lesson 1JLPT N2 Grammar lesson 1

JLPT N2 Grammar lesson 1. Hi everyone! In this article, LearnJapanesedaily will introduce to you the JLPT N2 Grammar. Each lesson will consist of about 5 structures for you to learn step by step and have more time to practise.

Structure 1 :

Aい → Aげ
Aな → Aげ
Vたい → Vたげ
よい → よさげ
ない → なさげ

Explanation:

Seems like, sounds like, similar to ような
Used in writing.

For example:

あの人はさびしげな目をしている。
That person’s eyes seem sad.

彼は何か言いたげだった。
He seems like he want to say something.

彼女の笑顔にどこかさびしげな所がある
There is something sad in her smile.

Structure 2 :

Nがち
V ( minus ます) → Vがち

Explanation:

Usually, often do N

For example:

私は子供の頃、病気がちだった。
I usually got sick when I was little

最近、彼は仕事を休みがちだ。
Lately he often takes days off from work.

Structure 3 :

Nっぽい
Vます → Vっぽい
Aい → Aっぽい

Explanation:

Often, have the propensity that, seems a little.
Usually used negatively, but not always.

For example:

年を取ると、忘れっぽくなる。
When you get older, you will easily forget things.

このコート、デザインはいいけれど、生地が安っぽい。
This shirt is beautifully designed, but the fabric seems cheap (critically).

Structure 4 :

V ( minus ます) → V 気味(ぎみ)N気味

Explanation:

Sounds like, have a symptom of (normally has a bad meaning).
Rarely used when speaking.

For example:

残業続きで疲れ気味だ。
I feel kind of tired because of the continuous overtime work.

新入社員は緊張気味の顔をしていた。
The new employee seems kind of nervous.

Structure 5 :

VれるものならVれるもんなら

Explanation:

If possible (used to show a assumption that is unlikely to happen, modal verbs of possibility).

For example:

帰れるものなら、今すぐ、国へ帰りたい。
If it’s possible to return, I want to return to my country right now.

やれるもんなら、やってみろ。
If it’s possible, do it.

Above are the JLPT N2 Grammar lesson 1. Remember to read carefully and make up your own examples to memorize better.

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