Diary #016 – Past Plain Exceptions
These are some things I did to help Patrick Amazo learn a specific thing about how to modify certain kinds of verbs in Japanese. I’m a great believer in using different fun methods for different people when it comes to learning.
Perhaps this will also help you, or perhaps you’ll be inspired to learn some Japanese, or perhaps you’ll just enjoy seeing some floppy cartoon titties.
The first verb is the plain form, the second part is the past form. So, for example, hashiru is “to run” and hashitta is “ran“.
I did all these things. This is a 100% percent true depiction of my life, as is always, always the case.
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