Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Lesson 07!

Well, yeah, I skipped last week, again.. T_T That's the second lesson I've skipped so far! But it's because I was attending my friend's wedding party, haha..

I got full marks, 41/41, for the "casual form" test which I took today for about 5-10minutes, hehe, I was one of the 3 who got full marks, our class has about 12 people~ Hee~ ^_^v

Anyway, today, we learn about the て-form.

① If the verbs from Group 1 casual form, from lesson 5, are to end with:
― ぐ, the て-form will be to remove the "ぐ" and put "いで" instead
» e.g. いそぎます ⇒ いそ ⇒ いそいで

― く, the て-form will be to remove the "く" and put "いて" instead
» e.g. はたらきます ⇒ はたら ⇒ はたらいて

― う/つ/る, the て-form will be to remove the "う/つ/る" and put "って" instead
» e.g. ちがいます ⇒ ちが ⇒ ちがって
» e.g. まちます ⇒ ま ⇒ まって
» e.g. おくります ⇒ おく ⇒ おくって

― む/ぬ/ぶ, the て-form will be to remove the "む/ぬ/ぶ" and put "んで" instead
» e.g. よみます ⇒ よ ⇒ よんで
» e.g. しにます ⇒ し ⇒ しんで
» e.g. あそびます ⇒ あそ ⇒ あそんで

― す, the て-form will be to remove the "す" and put "して" instead
» e.g. かします ⇒ か ⇒ かして

② The verbs from Group 2 casual form will always end with a る, so the て-form will be to remove the "る" and put "て" instead
» e.g. みます ⇒ み ⇒ み

③ The verbs from Group 3 casual form will always end with a する or in the "come" case, it's くる, so the て-form will be to remove the "する" and put "して" instead and remove the "る" and put "て" instead = "come - きて"
» e.g. べんきょうします ⇒ べんきょうする ⇒ べんきょうして

④ The usage of the て-form is usually with ください
» e.g. まってください。

⑤ Only "go" is special
» いきます ⇒ い ⇒ いって

I think that's about it~ ╮( ̄▽ ̄")╭

おやすみなさい~!

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