Basic Sentence Structure
To start this lesson I will show you the basic sentence structure of a Japanese sentence.
Topic wa Direct Object wo Indirect Object ni Verb
The wa is the topic marker, the wo is the direct object marker, the ni is the indirect object marker. These are particles that always come after the type of word they indicate.
NOTE: the particle "wo" is usually pronounce "o"
That is all about sentence structure.
Now I will tell you some nouns to put in those spots.
Igirisu England Britain
oteari Bathroom(honorable washing place)
ie, uchi house
gohan meal or cooked rice
hana nose or flowers
kami hair or paper
ashi foot or leg(s)
ashi no yube toe(s)
manga cartoon or comic
Ok thats alot of nouns. But there are alot more. I'll put more on later. Or better yet i will make a topic for a list of verbs and nouns.
As for using these you might need to know all of the particles so here they are.
wa topic marker
wo direct object marker
ni indirect object marker,direction indicator
ga grammatical subject marker
de with, by means of
mo also or both
made ni by (ex by next week)
ne at end of sentence used for asking for agreement.
ka at end of sentence makes sentence a question.
So try using these a bit.