Recently, I've been trying to make a list of the things that bother me about 日本語. The things I've learned; the things I skimmed over; the things I never completely understood. I'm sure you know what I mean, and I'm sure you've got a similar list of things that get your goat, buried somewhere in your mind.
What I'd like us to do with this site is to compile one giant list --and to use that list to try and get a better handle on these things that trouble us.
So, if you could take five or ten minutes to just jot down a few things that have been nagging you about 日本語, please write them in the comments section this weekend or whenever you have the chance. And from that list, we'll maximize this site's potential.
Below is my list.
-What is the difference in usage between やっと, とうとう、and 結局？
-How do you properly use という in a sentence?
-What are the various usages of もの and こと in terms of grammar patterns?
-Are aimai na kotoba necessary for fluency?
-Using 気が～ and 気を～ phrases.
-Using the passive correctly.
-Gitaigo and Giongo exercises and common words.
-Keigo and Kenjougo exercises.
That's my ten minute list. Let's see yours.