As you learn Japanese, keep practicing the -te form, so you can take any Japanese verb and give its -te form with any hesitation. By spending just a few minutes every day learning Japanese, your language skill will improve quickly. Stick with it, and you will be amazed at how much Japanese you learn!
In this free Nihongo quiz, be careful about jidōshi (intransitive verbs) and tadōshi (transitive verbs). An intransitive verb has no object‐for example, "The door opened". A transitive verb always has an object—for example, "I opened the door".
As these examples show, in English, the intransitive and transitive verbs are often the same, but not so in Japanese! Most of the time, the Japanese intransitive and transitive verbs will be different words. (We won't say the two verbs for "open", because that would give away one of the quiz questions!)
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