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I am standing in Japanese πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

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I am standing γ‚γŸγ— は γŸγ£γ¦γ„γΎγ™
How to say “I am standing” in Japanese? “γ‚γŸγ— は γŸγ£γ¦γ„γΎγ™”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “γ‚γŸγ— は γŸγ£γ¦γ„γΎγ™” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on I am standing in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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γ‚γŸγ— は γŸγ£γ¦γ„γΎγ™

1. γ‚γŸγ— (Watashi) – This means "I" or "me". It is a pronoun used for referring to oneself.

2. は (wa) – This is the topic particle. It is used to introduce the topic of the sentence. Even though it is written as "は", it is pronounced "wa".

3. γŸγ£γ¦γ„γΎγ™ (tatteimasu):
た぀ (tatsu) – This verb means "to stand".
ている (teiru) – This is a helper verb that is used to indicate an ongoing action or a state. When combined with the -te form of a verb, it shows that the action is currently happening.
ます (masu) – This is the auxiliary verb used to show politeness and is used in polite speech.

To form the verb "to be standing" in its present continuous form:

1. Convert the verb "た぀" to its -te form: た぀ ➞ たって.
2. Add いる to show the ongoing action: たって + いる ➞ γŸγ£γ¦γ„γ‚‹.
3. Add ます for politeness: γŸγ£γ¦γ„γ‚‹ + ます ➞ γŸγ£γ¦γ„γΎγ™.

### Tips:
– Remember the particle は (wa) is written as "は" but pronounced "wa".
– For present continuous actions, convert the verb into its -te form and add いる.
– To make the verb polite, add ます after いる.

### Alternate Ways to Say "I am standing":
1. γ‚γŸγ— は たって います (Watashi wa tatte imasu) – More clearly separates the verb form and the polite ending.
2. γ‚γŸγ— は γŸγ£γ¦γ„γ‚‹ (Watashi wa tatteiru) – This is less formal, conversational.
3. γ‚γŸγ— γŸγ£γ¦γ‚‹ (Watashi tatteru) – This is a very casual version, dropping particles and some formality.

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