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Japanese Grammar Lesson: Particle へ (e) Note that this particle is read as E instead of HE. Most of the time it is interchangeable with に, but most particle に cannot be replace by へ.

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Crunchy Nihongo!

Today we’re going to learn about kara as a cause/reason marker on a sentence. Note that marking a cause/reason is not the only usage of kara. For example Verb form て + kara means “After doing.

How different roles are defined in Japanese sentences

In this detailed guide, you will learn exactly how Japanese sentence structure works, with clear diagrams and examples to help you make sense of it all.