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Come in Japanese πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

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come くる
How to say “come” in Japanese? “くる”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “くる” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on come in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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– Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– Associate "くる" (kuru) with the sound of "come here." You can think of "Come (ku) right (ru) here."

– Explanations:
– "くる" (kuru) is a verb in Japanese that means "to come."

– Other words that mean the same thing:
– 参る (まいる, mairu) – a more formal or humble way to say "to come."
– εˆ°η€γ™γ‚‹ (とうけゃくする, tōchaku suru) – "to arrive."

### Conjugations:

| Tense | Japanese | Romanized |
| Non-past | くる | kuru |
| Past | きた | kita |
| Te-form | きて | kite |
| Conditional | γγŸγ‚‰ | kitara |
| Potential | γ“γ‚‰γ‚Œγ‚‹ | korareru |
| Negative | こγͺい | konai |
| Volitional | γ“γ‚ˆγ† | koyō |
| Imperative | こい | koi |
| Negative Imperative | くるγͺ | kuruna |

### Example Sentences:

– Non-past: ε½ΌγŒδ»Šγ“γ“γ«γγ‚‹γ€‚
– Kare ga ima koko ni kuru.
– He will come here now.

– Past: 昨ζ—₯ε‹ι”γŒγγŸγ€‚
– Kinō tomodachi ga kita.
– A friend came yesterday.

– Te-form: ここにきてください。
– Koko ni kite kudasai.
– Please come here.

– Conditional: γ‚‚γ—ι›¨γŒγ΅γ£γŸγ‚‰γ€γγ‚‹γͺ。
– Moshi ame ga futtara, kuruna.
– If it rains, don't come.

– Potential: ε½Όγ―γƒ‘γƒΌγƒ†γ‚£γƒΌγ«γ“γ‚‰γ‚ŒγΎγ™γ€‚
– Kare wa pātΔ« ni koraremasu.
– He can come to the party.

– Negative: ε½Όε₯³γ―今ζ—₯こγͺい。
– Kanojo wa kyō konai.
– She is not coming today.

– Volitional: ε½Όγ¨δΈ€η·’γ«γ“γ‚ˆγ†γ€‚
– Kare to issho ni koyō.
– Let's come together with him.

– Imperative: ここにこい!
– Koko ni koi!
– Come here!

– Negative Imperative: 危γͺいからくるγͺ。
– Abunai kara kuruna.
– It's dangerous, so don't come.

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