Japanese grammar can be very fun to learn, especially when we grasp the fundamental elements.
- Create your own examples from grammar constructions you learn, have them checked by your teacher and native speakers.
- Try and use the new structure as a lens on subject matter, using it frequently. The more practice the better.
- Study plenty of examples to get a clear sense for what the grammar point does.
- Invest in a grammar reference dictionary, like the series by Makino Sensei, A Dictionary of Basic Japanese Grammar, with Intermediate and Advanced.
- Keep absorbing Japanese attentively. Train your eyes, train your ears, and train your sensitivity to new grammar.
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