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Eat (polite) in Japanese πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

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eat (polite) γŸγΉγΎγ™
How to say “eat (polite)” in Japanese? “γŸγΉγΎγ™”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “γŸγΉγΎγ™” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on eat (polite) in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to Remember the Japanese Word:
– Imagine "tabby" cats eating. "Tabby" sounds like "tabe."
– "Tabe" resembles the start of "table," where you eat.

– "γŸγΉγΎγ™" (tabemasu) is the polite form of the verb "to eat."
– The base/root verb is "γŸγΉγ‚‹" (taberu).

Other Words That Mean the Same Thing:
– "γŸγΉγ‚‹" (taberu) – Informal/plain form.
– "γ„γŸγ γγΎγ™" (itadakimasu) – Polite expression used before eating to mean "I humbly partake" or "Let's eat."

– Dictionary/Plain Form: γŸγΉγ‚‹ (taberu)
– Polite Present/Future: γŸγΉγΎγ™ (tabemasu)
– Polite Past: γŸγΉγΎγ—γŸ (tabemaa)
– Plain Past: たべた (tabeta)
– Polite Negative Present/Future: γŸγΉγΎγ›γ‚“ (tabemasen)
– Plain Negative Present/Future: たべγͺい (tabenai)
– Polite Negative Past: γŸγΉγΎγ›γ‚“γ§γ—γŸ (tabemasen dea)
– Plain Negative Past: たべγͺγ‹γ£γŸ (tabenakatta)

Examples of Sentences:
– Polite Present/Future: 今ζ—₯γ€ε―ΏεΈγ‚’γŸγΉγΎγ™γ€‚ (Kyou, sushi o tabemasu.) -> "I will eat sushi today."
– Polite Past: 昨ζ—₯γ€γƒ©γƒΌγƒ‘γƒ³γ‚’γŸγΉγΎγ—γŸγ€‚ (Kinou, ramen o tabemaa.) -> "I ate ramen yesterday."
– Polite Negative Present/Future: θ‚‰γ―γŸγΉγΎγ›γ‚“γ€‚ (Niku wa tabemasen.) -> "I do not eat meat."
– Polite Negative Past: 昨ζ—₯γ€θ‚‰γ―γŸγΉγΎγ›γ‚“γ§γ—γŸγ€‚ (Kinou, niku wa tabemasen dea.) -> "I did not eat meat yesterday."
– Informal Present: γ­γ“γ―γ‚ˆγι­šγ‚’γŸγΉγ‚‹γ€‚ (Neko wa yoku sakana o taberu.) -> "Cats often eat fish."
– Informal Past: γ•γ£γγƒ”γ‚Άγ‚’γŸγΉγŸγ€‚ (Sakki piza o tabeta.) -> "I just ate pizza."

Romanized Characters:
– Polite Present/Future: Kyou, sushi o tabemasu.
– Polite Past: Kinou, ramen o tabemaa.
– Polite Negative Present/Future: Niku wa tabemasen.
– Polite Negative Past: Kinou, niku wa tabemasen dea.
– Informal Present: Neko wa yoku sakana o taberu.
– Informal Past: Sakki piza o tabeta.

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