Updated: Aug 16, 2020
so to speak; as it were; like sort of
This is, as it were, my bible.
This test is, so to speak, the equivalent of the TOEFL, which people take when they (want to) study at a university in the U.S.
This has been sort of a warm-up, and starting now, the real business begins.
I put all the examples along with the meaning into flashcards to study just in case you forget. (I suggest downloading the app version for brainscape) With this you can even study on your phone!
Feel free to use this flash card deck I update regularly.
This grammar is really for intermediate-advanced learners. If you are looking to know where to start in Japanese and building a good foundation check out this blog post it.
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