General features of Japanese grammar is…
• Japanese language is comprised of verbs, adjectives, nouns, adverbs, conjunctions and particles.
• A predicate always comes at the emd of a sentence.
• A modifier always comes before the word or phrase to be modified.
• Verb or adjective conjugation show only two tenses, the “present form” and the “past form”.
• Adjectives are divided into two types according to their type of inflection.
• The grammatical function of nouns in indicated by particles.
• Words do not inflect for person, gender or number.
• Words or phrases are often omitted if they are understood from the context.
These points are very important, so make sure you really understand it.