A noun or a pronoun preceding gozaimasu or arimasu requires de after it:
Watakushi wa Okuro de gozaimasu.
If an adjective qualifies a noun which is understood, the termination of the adjective is changed as follows:
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Consonant K or G
Here is the consonant for k or g, the pronunciation is more like in between these two consonants. Suffers a transformation when written with consonants.
Like ah. Best remembered if you remove the right stroke from the capital A, you essentially have this:
As in no.
Consonant T or D
Best way to remember is if you remove the vertical stroke from the lowercase d. You end up more or less with the same shape.
가 (ga) 나 (na) 다 (da). Observe how ga suffered a transformation.
Not writing three letter combos yet, so I won’t dare. 🙂
今日は。Here is a collection of notes from my independent studies of Asian languages. Two for now. Mainly, Japanese.
A dash of Korean here and there.
We’ll see how it goes.