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I bought it for you わたしは あăȘăŸăźăŸă‚ă« それをかった。
How to say “I bought it for you” in Japanese? “わたしは あăȘăŸăźăŸă‚ă« それをかった。”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “わたしは あăȘăŸăźăŸă‚ă« それをかった。” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on I bought it for you in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Sentence info.

わたしは あăȘăŸăźăŸă‚ă« それをかった。
Watashi wa anata no tame ni sore o katta.

1. Breakdown of the Sentence:
– わたし (watashi): "I"
– は (wa): topic marker
– あăȘた (anata): "you"
– ăźăŸă‚ă« (no tame ni): "for" or "for the sake of"
– それ (sore): "that" or "it"
– を (o): direct object marker
– かった (katta): past tense of "buy" (èȷう, kau)

2. Tips to Remember:
– わたし (watashi): Often indicates the speaker, "I."
– は (wa): Topic marker, indicating what the sentence is about.
– ăźăŸă‚ă« (no tame ni): Useful phrase to express doing something for someone else.
– それ (sore): Demonstrative pronoun, use it for something close to the speaker and listener.
– を (o): Marks the direct object of the action.
– かった (katta): Past tense of the verb "to buy."

3. Alternate Ways to Say "I Bought It for You":
– あăȘăŸăźăŸă‚ă«ăă‚Œă‚’èČ·ăŁăŸă€‚
Anata no tame ni sore o katta.
– ć›ăźăŸă‚ă«ăă‚Œă‚’èČ·ăŁăŸă‚ˆă€‚
Kimi no tame ni sore o katta yo.
– ăŠć‰ăźăŸă‚ă«ăă‚Œă‚’èČ·ăŁăŸă‚“ă ă€‚
Omae no tame ni sore o kattanda.

These alternate versions use different pronouns for "you" (あăȘた (anata), 搛 (kimi), お才 (omae)) and may add ending particles like よ (yo) or んだ (nda) to add nuance or emphasis.

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