Vocabulary dictionary

Kanji dictionary

Grammar dictionary

Sentence lookup


Genki I > Chapter 10
Grammar found in Chapter 10.
Made by マイコー

Export style
Current page
All pages
Export style

Custom export

How to separate words
One term per line

Select all
1. A is more C than B
I think my wife is more scared than me.
1. B is more C than A
この    より その バイク        
That motorbike is cooler than this bicycle.
1. The A one
Used to abbreviate after a noun has already been mentioned. The の directly replaces the noun.
For my new shoes, I plan on buying inexpensive ones.
1. Plan to A; be going to A; intend to do A
  する つもり です     こと     ください  
What are you going to do? Please don't do anything weird!
1. To become A
When she drinks too much alcohol, her face turns completely red.
1. Do B by using the object A; Do B by means of A
I think i will go to Kyoto by car.
1. Doesn't/didn't A anywhere
A is usually a verb that shows movement.
そんなに おいしい   どこにもない  
Such a sweet thing/deal doesn't exist anywhere.
1. Doesn't/didn't A at all
If you stay silent nothing will change.
1. No one A
   だれも    こと  ない   ある  
There's a room in the school that no one's entered (before).
1. Out of the group A, B is the most C
My older brother's grades are excellent: he's at the top of his school year.
Loading the list

Loading the list

Sorry, there was an error on renshuu! If it's OK, please describe what you were doing. This will help us fix the issue.

Characters to show:

Use your mouse or finger to write characters in the box.
■ Katakana ■ Hiragana