Sentence Structure

Cull

Cull

I am sure we will get into it more in depth later on as I am only on my 3rd lesson but I am obviously having a hard time understanding the sentence structure and the in between or linking words such as ga, and when they are used. Again I know I literally just started but beginning lessons by giving us these phrases is adding a bit of extra stress. Maybe I'm just overthinking it for now lol. But yeah just curious when exactly we will get more in depth in regards to this?

Cull

Cull

FYI I know I am overthinking but it's good to question these things. Like in the sentence Nihyakugojū en no otsuri desu I was wondering where the no comes from and how it works. I did a bit of outside research and it kind of made sense I guess lol. I am assuming once we get into the letters it will be explained more?

Emma-Rocket-Japanese-Tutor

Emma-Rocket-Japanese-Tutor

こんにちは (Konnichiwa) Cull,

 

Thanks for your feedback. 

Don't worry! It's completely normal to feel confused by particles like が (ga) and の (no) when you first start learning Japanese. 

The Language & Culture lessons provide in-depth explanations on the grammar you will come across in the Interactive Audio lessons. Thoughout these lessons, you will find explanations on how each of the particles are used. Here are the links to the lessons on が (ga) and の (no):

 

  • が (Ga):

https://app.rocketlanguages.com/members/products/5/lesson/5041

https://app.rocketlanguages.com/members/products/5/lesson/5042

の (No):

https://app.rocketlanguages.com/members/products/5/lesson/5067

 

I hope this helped. Please let me know if you have any other questions. 

べんきょう を がんばって ください! (Benkyō o ganbatte kudasai!)

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