During lessons, students have the opportunity to do many conversational practices at Tomo Japanese. Some interactions and intermingling with your classmates may be inevitable in class. Our school highly encourage students to wear mask in class to protect themselves and others. Our teachers will continue to wear mask in class as a safety precaution to protect our students while teaching.
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This section contains lots of useful grammar notes which will help you improve your Japanese substantially. If you have further queries on grammar, feel free to ask us and we will try our best to answer them =)
You may have learned “たくさん” as “a lot” in your lesson ⇨動物(どうぶつ)が たくさん います。 Doubutsu ga takusan imasu. (There are a lot of animals.) On the other hand, you may have heard “いっぱい” as “a lot” too. What is the difference between “たくさん” and “いっぱい” Let’s check together:) 🌟「たくさん」 「たくさん」is used for expressing “a lot, many” 「たくさん」tends to be used for things that can be counted. 人(ひと)が たくさん います。 Hito ga takusan imasu. （There are a lot of people.） Also, たくさんhas one more meaning ”enough”