Particle ni e

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Particle ni e

  1. 1. You know what? in Japanese n i h o n g o a n o n e n o n e にほんご あのねのね File #001 n i e Particle に and へ that indicate destinations
  2. 2. n i e Particle に and へ that indicates destinations n i e There are two particles, に and へ, and both indicates destinations or terminating points. ! The most simple Japanese verb that takes these particles i k i masu is いきます, to go. ! Now, let me explain the difference between these two particles.
  3. 3. There’s a young couple having argue each other.
  4. 4. Then the guy decides to leave the room in order to calm himself down to somewhere,,,
  5. 5. The lady is a little anxious wondering where the guy went to,,, ? ? ?
  6. 6. In this stage she doesn’t know where exactly he goes to, in other word, she even doesn’t know which direction he is heading to. doko どこ ? ? ? direction direction direction
  7. 7. k a r e w a d o k o e i t t a n d a r o u かれは どこへ いったんだろう? doko どこ ? へ ? へ ? へ
  8. 8. In a couple of hours the guy came back.
  9. 9. t a d a i m a ただいま。
  10. 10. Now, she wants to know exactly the guy went to. doko どこ ? ? ? pin point pin point pin point
  11. 11. d o k o n i i t t e i t a n o どこに いっていたの? doko どこ ? に ? に ? に

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