It is Sunday May 12, 2013, what’s up guys, Simon here with this weeks Japanese Sentence Pattern. Along with this week’s pattern, there will be a list of vocabulary. Alright, let’s check it out below
Sentence Pattern for 12-May-2013: Verb stem + やすい -> “easy to~”
The auxiliary い-adjective やすい attaches to the stem of a verb. With is, we can indicate that someone or something (usually the topic of the sentence) is easy to ~. Alright, lets check out some examples of how we can use today’s pattern.
昨日買った本は読みやすいね -> “The book I bought yesterday is easy to ready, isn’t it?”
新しい課長は一緒に仕事しやすい -> “The new section chief is easy to work with.”
昨日（きのう） [noun] – yesterday
買う（かう） [う-verb] – to buy
本（ほん） [noun] – book
読む（よむ） [う-verb] – to read
新しい（あたらしい） [い-adjective] – new
課長（かちょう） [noun] – section chief
一緒に（いっしょに） [noun] – together (with)
仕事（しごと） [noun, する-verb] – work
So there you have it guys, this week’s Sentence Pattern complete with examples and quite a bit of vocabulary. Hope you find it useful. See you tomorrow when I resume the Daily Japanese Sentence series.