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Grammar found in Chapter 3. #genki
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1. Polite, present form of verb A
Today, I cannot attend the meeting.
1. A is the direct object of a transitive verb
Drink the milk!
1. At A; in A
Shows the location A that an action/event takes place.
I met a dear friend of mine at a supermarket nearby.
1. Let's A (together, polite); Would you like to A; Won't you A?
Would you like to see a movie together tomorrow?
1. Go to A; head to A
Often followed by verbs like く/いく, る/くる, かう/むかう, etc.
Today, I went to the hospital.
1. At A (time)
This can be used with an actual time (xx:yy), day, month, etc.
     から    です  
The change is for the meeting to start from five.
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