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基本的な 日本語 文法 [きほんてきな にほんごぶんぽう] (Basic Japanese Grammar)
    Meaning: Basic Grammar Terms
    Example: -I am Praveen
    JLPT Level: 4
    Category: grammar
    Author: Amatuka

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    Mikicopula : 連結詞(the V "be", to link a S to its complement.)
    intransitive : Vi
    transitive : Vt
    particle : 不変化詞って何…。『副詞の一部・冠詞・前置詞・接続詞・間投詞など語尾変化のない品詞』
     
    Mikionomatopoeia [α`nэmae`tэpi':э]n. onomatopoe(t)ic adj. 
    AmatukaNeed to change the definition of 'case particle' I think.
    "Attaches to a word to indicate what sort of relationship it has to the verb of the sentence."
     
    AmatukaThere's an interesting page here

    relative clause: A relative clause is a sub-sentence that modifies the noun (also known as 'noun head') it is placed before. For example 万足したユーザー. [mansoku shita yu-za-] A user who has been satisfied.
     
    Amatukanominative: The subject particle が ga is also referred to as the nominative an English grammar term defined as "Of, relating to, or being the case of the subject of a finite verb (as I in I wrote the letter) and of words identified with the subject of a copula, such as a predicate nominative" 
    AmatukaAccusative: The object particle を [wo / o] is also referred to as the accusative an English grammar term defined as "Of, relating to, or being the grammatical case that is the direct object of a verb or the object of certain prepositions." 
    Amatukagenitive: The possessive particle の no is also referred to as the genitive an English grammar term defined as "1. Of, relating to, or being the grammatical case expressing possession, measurement, or source.
    2. Of or relating to an affix or construction, such as a prepositional phrase, characteristic of the genitive case."
     
    Amatukapostposition marker: Various particles may be referred to as 'postposition markers'. This word is derived from the English grammar term preposition and indicates a marker placed after a substantive to indicate the relation of that substantive to a verb, adjective or other substantive. 
    Amatukapredicator: The main constituent of a sentence - the verb or adjective at its end. 
    AmatukaAnother useful page here 
    ochacha>Another useful page here

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