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signs used in Japanese grammar structures

SignsMeaningsConjugation examplesExamples in sentences
NNounNの+間に mean
Verb in infinitive form, then add 間に
夏休みの間に : On summer vacation
Vる (普通形)Verb (normal/ infinitive form)Vる+間に : Infinitive form of verb + 間に日本にいる間に : While in Japan
VているVerb in continuos form
VないPassive verbVない+ 間に : Verb in passive form  + 間にいない間 : While being absent
Vて (形)Verb in て formVて+からでないと:Verb conjugated in てform +からでないと相談してからでないと:once we haven’t discussed ~
VたPast tense verbVた+とき:Verb in た form+とき日本に来た時:When I arrived Japan
Vなら, ば, たらĐộng từ chia ở thể giả địnhVなら, ば、たらいい店なら:If it is a good store
このボタンを押せば:If you press this button
VていたVerb in ていた form (past continuos tense)Vていた+時: Verb is conjugated in past continuos form and is added 時泳ぎに行っていた:I was going swimming
AいAdjective suffix いA(い)+くない : Adjective ending in い remove い, then add くないたかくない:Not high
AなAdjective suffix なAな+N : keep な intact, then add nounきれいなひと: beautiful, pretty, good-looking person

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