JLPT N4 Grammar lesson 2

JLPT N4 Grammar lesson 2JLPT N4 Grammar lesson 2

JLPT N4 Grammar lesson 2. Hi everyone! In this article, LearnJapanesedaily will introduce to you the JLPT N4 Grammar. Each lesson will consist of about 5 structures for you to learn step by step and have more time to practise.

Grammar structure number 6 :

~Vるようになる

Formation :

Vるようになる

Explanation :

begin, will, now I can… ~
to express the beginning of a new action, express the changes comparing to the previous action

Example and meaning :

1.今(いま)は外国語(がいこくご)で歌(う)たえるようになる。
I can now sing in foreign language.

2.窓(まど)を開(ひら)いて、外(そと)の音(おと)が聞(き)こえるようになる。
After opening the windows, I begin to hear the outside sounds.

Grammar structure number 7 :

~Vれる passive

Formation :

V ない (remove ない)+れる

Explanation :

am/is/are, was/were..

has an action done to by someone or something else.

Example and meaning :

1.一生懸命(いっしょうけんめい)に勉強(べんきょ)うして、母(は)はに褒(ほ)められた。
Due to having studied hard, I was praised by my mother.

2.外(そと)の音(おと)に困(こま)られる。
I am annoyed by the outside noises.

Grammar structure number 8 :

~かどうか~

Formation :

V(short form) + かどうか
N+ かどうか
Aい+ かどうか
Aな( removeな)+ かどうか

Explanation :

…or not
used when wanting to make a interrogative sentence without using the questioning form.

Example and meaning :

1.その本読だかどうかわからない。
I don’t know if I have read that book or not.

2.あのひとと会うかどうかわかりません。
I don’t know whether or not should I meet that person.

Grammar structure number 9 :

~かもしれない~

Formation :

Vる/Vた+かもしれない
Aい+かもしれない
Aな (remove な)+かもしれない

Explanation :

maybe, might (based on the speaker’s anticipation)

Example and meaning :

1.今回(こんかい)のテストは難(むずか)しいかもしれない。
The next test might be hard.

2. 空(そら)を見(み)ると、雨(あめ)が降(ふ)るかもしれない。
With the sky looking like this, maybe it will rain.

Grammar structure number 10 :

~く/にする

Formation :

A い( remove い)+くする
Aな( remove な)+にする

Explanation :

doing something how

Example and meaning :

1.声(こえ)を大(おお)きくしてください。
Please speak louder.

2.静(しず)かにしてください。
Please be quiet.

Above are the JLPT N4 Grammar lesson 2. Remember to read carefully and make up your own examples to memorize better.

If there is anything that you find it hard to understand, feel free to comment below!

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