In this quiz, you choose the correct verb clause that modifies the noun. In Japanese, modifiers always come before the noun, so, instead of saying "the person who is wearing glasses," you say, "the glasses-wearing person." Or, instead of "the red house that sits on the hill," the equivalent Japanese is "hill-on-sits red house".
If it feels backwards, don't worry—you'll get used to this Japanese word order as you study Japanese. Try this quiz and see how quickly and accurately you can choose the grammatically correct verb clause.
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