Japanese 241 - Verb + の + ability

One thing this allows us to do, is to express that we are good at or bad at a certain activity. To say that we're good at something, we simply use a verb in the plain form + のがじょう. Similarly, if you' don’t like're not good at something, you can use plain form + のが.

We already knew how to say he is good at Japanese. Now we're also able to say he is good at speaking Japanese.


Want to contribute to this course?
Please let us know