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Basic Japanese Grammar Quiz (JLPT N4): -masu Form

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The JLPT N4 is the second level of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test, and covers about 50 different grammar forms. The -masu form is the form of a Japanese verb when it has -masu at the end; for example, the -masu form of morau is morai, because you say moraimasu.

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JLPT N4 の 文法 ます(けい)

    に を れますか。 A・B・C・Dから いちばん いいものを つ えらんで ください。

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クラスの (ひと)が ぜんぶ    まで ()ちます。
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()どもの ときから にっきを    つづけて います。
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(ひる)(はん)を    はじめたら、 (とも)だちが あそびに ()ました。
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あの (ひと)は (ほん)を ()んで いて、 とつぜん わらい        
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(やまみち)を (にちじゅう)    つづけて、 (あし)が いたく なりました。
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