JLPT N5 Grammar Lesson5

Japanese Particles - よ (yo), を (o)

1-Japanese Particle: よ (yo)

Rule-

End of the sentence + yo (よ)

  • よ (yo) is used by the speaker to express a strong conviction  or to emphatically declare .
Example-

今日私は行く よ 。
kyo Watashi wa iku yo . 
I’ll go today!

Japanese Particle: を (o)

Rule-

Noun + o (を) + verb

  • を (o) marks the grammatical object of a sentence.
  • It follows nouns and noun phrases.
Example-

私は卵を食べます。
Watashi wa tamago o tabemasu. 
I eat egg.

Japanese Particles:

    In this lesson we learn how to use those Japanese Particles:
  • は (wa)
  •  が (ga)
  • も (mo)
  • に (ni)
  • へ (e)
  • で (de)
  • から (kara)
  • まで (made)
  • と (to)
  • や (ya)
  • の (no)
  • ね (ne)
  • よ (yo)
  • を (o)