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I can accompany him in Japanese πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

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I can accompany him γ‹γ‚Œγ‚’ γ©γ†γ“γ†γ™γ‚‹γ“γ¨γŒ できます。
How to say “I can accompany him” in Japanese? “γ‹γ‚Œγ‚’ γ©γ†γ“γ†γ™γ‚‹γ“γ¨γŒ できます。”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “γ‹γ‚Œγ‚’ γ©γ†γ“γ†γ™γ‚‹γ“γ¨γŒ できます。” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on I can accompany him in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Sentence info.


ε½Όγ‚’ (γ‹γ‚Œγ‚’, kare o):
The pronoun "ε½Ό" (γ‹γ‚Œ, kare) means "he" or "him," and the particle "γ‚’" (o) marks the noun as the direct object of the verb.

どうこうする (どうこうする, doukou suru):
The verb "どうこうする" (doukou suru) means "to do something with," "to intervene," or "to take some action regarding." "どうこう" (doukou) is a compound verb form and in this context implies doing something.

γ“γ¨γŒ (γ“γ¨γŒ, koto ga):
"こと" (koto) is a nominalizer, turning a verb phrase into a noun clause that can be the subject of the verb "できる" (dekiru). "が" (ga) is the subject marker.

できます (できます, dekimasu):
"できる" (dekiru) means "to be able to" or "can." "できます" (dekimasu) is its polite present form.

Alternative ways to say "I can accompany him":

1. ε½Όγ¨δΈ€η·’γ«θ‘Œγγ“γ¨γŒγ§γγΎγ™ (γ‹γ‚Œγ¨γ„γ£γ—γ‚‡γ«γ„γγ“γ¨γŒγ§γγΎγ™, kare to issho ni iku koto ga dekimasu)
彼と (γ‹γ‚Œγ¨, kare to): With him
一緒に (いっしょに, issho ni): Together
葌く (いく, iku): Go
γ€œγ“γ¨γŒγ§γγΎγ™ (γ“γ¨γŒγ§γγΎγ™, koto ga dekimasu): Can (do something)

2. ε½Όγ«εŒθ‘Œγ™γ‚‹γ“γ¨γŒγ§γγΎγ™ (γ‹γ‚Œγ«γ©γ†γ“γ†γ™γ‚‹γ“γ¨γŒγ§γγΎγ™, kare ni doukou suru koto ga dekimasu)
彼に (γ‹γ‚Œγ«, kare ni): With him (using "に" to indicate accompaniment)
εŒθ‘Œγ™γ‚‹ (どうこうする, doukou suru): Accompany
γ€œγ“γ¨γŒγ§γγΎγ™ (γ“γ¨γŒγ§γγΎγ™, koto ga dekimasu): Can (do something)

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