I highly recommend this Youtube series on Japanese grammar to anyone.
It is very strangely presented, but if you can look past that, it is one of the most logical and coherent explanations of Japanese grammar you will find in English.
Even if you, like me, have learned Japanese from somewhere else already, I would still recommend watching at least parts of it, since it gives a very helpful logical backbone to many of patterns and "rules" you get from textbooks.
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