Instantaneous Composition Method

Japanese Grammar Exercise: Basic Adverbs

Japanese Adverbs

Before starting the exercise for basic adverbs, please clarify any doubts you may have about the grammatical rules by referring to your grammar guidebook or dictionary. The Instantaneous Composition Method requires you to compose sentences with the target sentence pattern(s) over and over in order to use them almost effortlessly. You should already have the necessary knowledge.

Tae Kim’s Guide – Adverbs and Sentence-ending particles

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Instantaneous Composition Exercise for Basic Adverbs

This is not a translation exercise. This is the Instantaneous Composition Exercise. As if a reflexive action, try to create an equivalent Japanese sentence shortly after reading an English script. Try not to think for more than three seconds.

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English and Hidden Japanese Scripts

 1.  Fukumoto-san smiled cutely.
 2.  (I’m) studying happily.
 3.  (I) strongly closed the door. 
 4.  Nomoto-san answered easily.
 5.  It cleared up suddenly.
 6.  (I) spoke politely.
 7.  (I will) go home soon.
 8.  (I) sometimes read Japanese books.
 9.  Vegetables are the ones (that I) like very much.
 10.  Alcohol is the one (that I) really don’t like.


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