Flashcards in 2nd Year: Part 2 Grammar Deck (20):
Connects two verbs to say that they happened at the same time.
Follows verb stem
I wish I had done or I should have done something
To express gratitude for a specific action
I'm glad that such and such is/was the case.
Supposed to be the case. Statement about what you believe is true or likely though you lack conclusive evidence.
Used with short form
If you do something without doing something else, the missed action can be described with ない.
Item called name
To talk about a person or a thing that goes by a certain name, but if you believe the person you are talking to is not familiar with it.
Something is easy-to-do / something is hard-to-do
After verb stem (やすい conjugates like an い adjective)
Indicated that one "carries out with determination"
Involves bringing something to a culmination point
Lack of premeditation or control over how things turn out
Comes with a sense of regret
Characterize a situation that has been brought about on purpose
B takes place in the middle of another event A
Means "to make"
冷たい = 冷たくする
簡単な = 簡単にする
When you want somebody to do something
"A, but contrary to expectations, B, too"
のような- a B like/similar to A
NounAのように -to describe an action which is 'done in the same way as A'
"B, even if A"
Decide to do
ことにしている-do something as a regular practice
B until A
VerbA is always in the present tense and in the affirmative