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

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あăȘăŸăźăŸă‚ă« それを ă‹ă„ăŸă—ăŸă€‚

1. あăȘăŸăźăŸă‚ă« (anata no tame ni):
あăȘた (anata): "you"
た (no): possessive particle, similar to "of" or "'s" in English
ため (tame): reason or purpose
に (ni): particle indicating direction or purpose
– Together, this phrase means "for you".

2. それを (sore o):
それ (sore): "that" or "it"
を (o): direct object marker
– This indicates that "それ (sore)" is the object of the verb.

3. ă‹ă„ăŸă—ăŸ (kaimaa):
かう (kau): base verb meaning "to buy"
ăŸă—ăŸ (maa): past tense conjugation of the verb
– This means "bought".

– When forming sentences where you want to do something for someone, use "ăźăŸă‚ă« (no tame ni)" to mean "for".
– To indicate the object of an action, "を (o)" is used.
– Verbs in Japanese are placed at the end of the sentence and need to be conjugated to the correct tense.

Alternate Ways to Say "I bought them for you":
1. ć›ăźăŸă‚ă« それを ă‹ă„ăŸă—ăŸă€‚
– Romanized: Kimi no tame ni sore o kaimaa.
– More casual way to say "for you" using 搛 (kimi), which is a less formal way to say "you".

2. あăȘăŸă« これを かっどきたよ。
– Romanized: Anata ni kore o katte kita yo.
– This means "I bought this and came here for you." (slightly different nuance)

3. ć›ă«ă“ă‚Œă‚’èČ·ăŁăŸă‚ˆă€‚
– Romanized: Kimi ni kore o katta yo.
– Casual and informal way to say "I bought this for you."

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