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Drank (polite) in Japanese 🇯🇵

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drank (polite) のみました
How to say “drank (polite)” in Japanese? “のみました”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “のみました” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on drank (polite) in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– Break down "のみました" into "のみ" (nomi) which is related to the verb "のむ" (nomu, to drink) and "ました" (maa) which is a polite past tense form.
– You can associate "のむ" (nomu) with "nom-nom" as the sound made when drinking something, and remember that "ました" (maa) is a past tense polite form.

– "のみました" (nomimaa) is the polite past tense form of the verb "のむ" (nomu), which means "to drink".
– In Japanese, verbs are often conjugated to reflect different tenses and levels of politeness.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– 飲んだ (のんだ, nonda) which is a casual past tense form.
– 飲みました (のみます, nomimasu) which means "to drink" in polite present/future tense.

Infinitive and different conjugations:
– Present/Future (polite): 飲みます (のみます, nomimasu)
– Present/Future (plain): 飲む (のむ, nomu)
– Past (polite): 飲みました (のみました, nomimaa)
– Past (plain): 飲んだ (のんだ, nonda)
– Negative (polite): 飲みません (のみません, nomimasen)
– Negative (plain): 飲まない (のまない, nomanai)
– Negative Past (polite): 飲みませんでした (のみませんでした, nomimasen dea)
– Negative Past (plain): 飲まなかった (のまなかった, nomanakatta)
– Te form: 飲んで (のんで, nonde)

Examples of sentences:
1. 昨日、コーヒーをのみました。
– Romanized: Kinō, kōhÄ« o nomimaa.
– Translation: Yesterday, I drank coffee.

2. レストランでワインをのみました。
– Romanized: Resutoran de wain o nomimaa.
– Translation: I drank wine at the restaurant.

3. 毎朝、水をのみます。
– Romanized: Maiasa, mizu o nomimasu.
– Translation: I drink water every morning.

4. 学校でジュースをのみましたか?
– Romanized: Gakkō de jÅ«su o nomimaa ka?
– Translation: Did you drink juice at school?

5. オフィスで緑茶をのみたいです。
– Romanized: Ofisu de ryokucha o nomitai desu.
– Translation: I want to drink green tea at the office.

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