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Writer(Poet,Journalist,Mc) Like flowers. Books. I study Asian Languages. I speak Japanese, and am on the path of Learning Korean and Mandarin.


Jan
14
comment How do you conjugate i- and na- adjectives (into the presumptive, imperative, conditional, provisional, and progressive forms)?
Their is a progressive form for keiyoshi and Keyodoushi. I only know the present indicative which would be something like 新しくている、ばかだ。 I'm not sure how this works though i haven't thought a lot about a progressive description but i guess it could be used in Poetry and such. TO describe a state of being that continues.
Jan
14
comment How do you conjugate i- and na- adjectives (into the presumptive, imperative, conditional, provisional, and progressive forms)?
Thanks this is really helpful. Most of the verb conjugation forms have some kind of adjective parallel. That is why i asked. Thank you for breaking this down for me.
Jan
14
comment Is there a past tense conjugation form for ば?
I haven't gotten this far in exploring なら、でも what i am assuming is that acts the same way as ば it is just the past tense form. So it would be a sentence something like Since they didn't go to the store, we have now food.
Jan
14
comment How to Convert Na-adjectives and Nouns to the ば-form?
How do i accept? i am new to this!
Jan
6
comment How to Convert Na-adjectives and Nouns to the ば-form?
Thanks for the answers so how do these conjugate in a negative form?
Dec
18
comment What is the difference between なぜなら、だから、and なので?
Lang-8 is a Language journal website where all members registered whith a specific language can correct and give advice on your entries.
Dec
18
comment Is there a form for “I have never heard of”?
What about yet? How would you say yet. As in i haven't heard the professors lecture yet?
Dec
18
comment What is the difference between なぜなら、だから、and なので?
Thank you. I cant begin to say how much i love Japanese stack exchange. this was very helpful! Now I'm going to apply this knowledge on Lang-8!
Dec
17
comment Is there a form for “I have never heard of”?
Thank you! Stack Exchange is such a powerful tool!