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feel sad, lament かγͺしむ
How to say “feel sad, lament” in Japanese? “かγͺしむ”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “かγͺしむ” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on feel sad, lament in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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### Tips to Remember かγͺしむ
You can remember 'かγͺしむ' by associating it with the English word 'can you imagine' which sounds somewhat similar to 'kanashimu'. When you feel sad or lament, you can imagine the sorrowful scenario.

### Explanations
'かγͺしむ' (kanashimu) is a verb in Japanese that means 'to feel sad' or 'to mourn/lament.' It is an action that describes experiencing sadness.

### Other Words with Same Meaning
– 悲しむ (kanashimu) – to feel sad
– 哀しむ (kanashimu) – to grieve (slightly more literary)
– ε˜†γ (nageku) – to lament, to grieve
– 梙する (namida suru) – to shed tears, to cry

### Conjugations of かγͺしむ
– Present: 悲しむ (kanashimu) – (I) feel sad
– Past: 悲しんだ (kanashinda) – (I) felt sad
– Future: 悲しむ (kanashimu) – (I) will feel sad
– Te-form (used for connecting sentences or making requests): 悲しんで (kanashinde)
– Potential Form: 悲しめる (kanashimeru) – can feel sad
– Conditional Form: 悲しめば (kanashimeba) – if (I) feel sad
– Causative Form: 悲しませる (kanashimeru) – to make (someone) sad
– Passive Form: ζ‚²γ—γΎγ‚Œγ‚‹ (kanashimareru) – to be saddened
– Imperative Form: 悲しめ (kanashime) – Feel sad! (command)

### Example Sentences
1. 私は悲しんでいる (Watashi wa kanashinde iru).
– I am feeling sad.

2. ε½Όε₯³γŒεŽ»γ£γŸζ™‚、彼は深く悲しんだ (Kanojo ga satta toki, kare wa fukaku kanashinda).
– When she left, he was deeply saddened.

3. そんγͺθ©±γ‚’θžγ‘γ°θͺ°γ§γ‚‚悲しむ (Sonna hanashi o ba dare demo kanashimu).
– Anyone would feel sad hearing such a story.

4. γ‚‚γ—ε½ΌγŒε€±ζ•—γ—γŸγ‚‰ζ‚²γ—γ‚€γ§γ—γ‚‡γ† (Moshi kare ga shippai ara kanashimu deshou).
– If he fails, he will probably be sad.

5. ε…„εΌŸγŒθ‡ͺεˆ†γ‚’δΏ‘γ˜γ¦γ„γͺいとηŸ₯γ£γŸζ™‚γ€ε½Όγ―γ¨γ¦γ‚‚ζ‚²γ—γ‚“γ  (Kyoudai ga jibun o shinjite inai to ta toki, kare wa totemo kanashinda).
– He felt very sad when he found out that his brother didn't trust him.

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