I said I wanna teach slangs and some informal sentences. But I think learning from formal sentences is better for ur skill up.
So today I'll teach formal sentences, ok?
It's the basic of Japanese sentence. after subject はorが definitely come. U should be careful ,we usually pronounce "ha" for は. How ever in case of after subject we pronounce "wa". Don't make mistake~XD
Subject はorが Object/Adjective です。
Subject はorが Verb ます。
Subject は Object/Adjective ですか？
Subject はVerb ますか？
What different between は and が? um...usually after わたし we put は. When subject is something usually we put が. omg I found some exceptions, so I tried to find new rules!!
My brother is in the room＝弟 が 部屋 に います。
(informal)I'll do that＝私 が やるよ。
*in case of this sentences Subject is more important information than Verb. S＞V
Today is cold.＝今日 は 寒い です。
I'm 26years old.＝私 は 26歳 です。
I'm a teacher.＝私 は 先生 です。
This is a cat.＝これ は 猫 です。
That is a cat.＝あれ は ねこ です。
*in case of this sentences Verb is more important information than Subject. S＜V
waaaaaaaaaaao!!! I'm genius right!?XD
Today's lesson is very important, so I'll give H.W.... I hate H.W←what?
U should try to translate thisone~If u write answer on the comment I'll check and reply.
and if u don't have Japanese letter u can write roman letter. When u can't get some words, u should review.
1, I'm 21 years old.
2, Today is cold.
3, That is a dog.
4, This is a school.
[next lesson is about possessive case]