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Grammar found in Chapter 4. #genki
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ました/ませんでした
1. Polite, past form of verb A
そのように            
That's how it was explained to me.
1. A and B (and C,etc..)
Gives a complete list. The final と may be omitted.
この パン   こっち  ケーキ  どちらも     です  
I want to eat both this bread and this cake.
1. With A; to A
A is often a person, shows a action/state shared by 2 people/things
             
I went to a movie with him.
 ある 
1. There is/are A
A is an inanimate object or abstract thing (event, idea, etc.) . It cannot be used for people or animals.
テーブル  りんご  ある  
There is an apple on the table.
 ある 
1. A has B
B is an inanimate object or abstract thing (event, idea, etc.) . It cannot be used for people or animals.
         ある  
She has cooking skills.
 いる 
1. There is/are A
A is a person or animal. Cannot be used for things.
        いる  
There's a dog and their pup at the park.
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