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Go out (polite) in Japanese 🇯🇵

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

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Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– Think of "de" as the first part of "depart," suggesting leaving or going out.
– Visualize "ます" as a polite ending, commonly used in verbs to show respect or politeness.

"でます" (demasu) is a polite form of the verb "出る" (でる, deru), which means to go out, leave, exit, or appear.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– 出る (でる, deru): The plain form of でます.
– 離れる (はなれる, hanareru): To leave or separate (broader sense).

– 出る (でる, deru)

Conjugations of でます (demasu):
– Present: でます (demasu) – I go out, I leave
– Past: でました (demaa) – I went out, I left
– Negative: でません (demasen) – I do not go out, I do not leave
– Past negative: でませんでした (demasendea) – I did not go out, I did not leave
– Te-form: でて (dete) – go out (used for requests, continuous actions, etc.)

Examples of sentences:
1. 今、うちをでます。 (いま、うちをでます。ima, uchi wo demasu.) – I am going out of the house now.
2. 彼は部屋をでました。 (かれはへやをでました。Kare wa heya wo demaa.) – He left the room.
3. 今日はでません。 (きょうはでません。Kyou wa demasen.) – I am not going out today.
4. 昨日はでませんでした。 (きのうはでませんでした。Kinou wa demasendea.) – I did not go out yesterday.
5. 店にでてください。 (みせにでてください。Mise ni dete kudasai.) – Please go out to the store.

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