Month: July 2015

Japanese Lesson 27 – How to use the words of time and date in Japanese sentence

I explain how to use the words of time and date in Japanese sentence. In many cases, time and date are describe as an adverbial phrase by adding any particle after the words. Basic adverbial phrase Basically, you have only to learn above three phrases. When “ni” is used, the phrase points a fixed time, day, month, year or day of the week. In English, different prepositions are used at that time. For example, “at” for time, “on” for date and day of the week, “in” for month and year. In Japanese, you use “ni” in all cases. “Kara” means the starting point of a time period, and “made” means […]