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Japanese grammar supplies the necessary order and rules to the construction of the Japanese language. Japanese use inflection to help determine the difference between some words and phrases. "Hon", for example. Can mean "that book", "this book", or "those books". Grammar provides the structure of the sentience in which these words reside and by doing so, the context in which to understand which meaning the speaker intends. Grammar is especially important for anyone who wishes to learn and understand Japanese.