Tuesday, 13 January 2015


I learned something today (Thanks Rob)

If you use a verb in dictionary form and add の, you can then use it in a similar way to using a noun.

For example, with a noun, you can say.


I like apples.

But, if you use this method with a verb, you can say,


I like eating! So now, you can describe activities you like to do.

These sentences can get more complicated as you go on;


I like eating English apples.

I'll try and remember this one! There may be other ways you can use verb+の, so when we find out we can most more examples of this.



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