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I’m going to write it for you now in Japanese πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

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I’m going to write it for you now いまから かく γ€γ‚‚γ‚Šγ§γ™γ€‚
How to say “I’m going to write it for you now” in Japanese? “いまから かく γ€γ‚‚γ‚Šγ§γ™γ€‚”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “いまから かく γ€γ‚‚γ‚Šγ§γ™γ€‚” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on I’m going to write it for you now in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Sentence info.

– γ€Œγ„γΎγ‹γ‚‰γ€(ima kara):
– "いま" (ima) means "now"
– "から" (kara) means "from"
– Together, "いまから" means "from now" or "starting now"

– γ€Œγ‹γγ€(kaku):
– "かく" (kaku) is the verb "to write"
– This is in its dictionary form, which is often used in casual or informal contexts

– γ€Œγ€γ‚‚γ‚Šγ§γ™γ€(tsumori desu):
– "γ€γ‚‚γ‚Š" (tsumori) means "intention" or "plan"
– "です" (desu) is a polite ending
– Together, "γ€γ‚‚γ‚Šγ§γ™" means "I intend to" or "I plan to"

Tips to remember:
– "いま" (ima) – It's a short word to remember for "now"
– "から" (kara) – Think of it as "starting from" or "from"
– "かく" (kaku) – Remember this as the verb "to write"
– "γ€γ‚‚γ‚Šγ§γ™" (tsumori desu) – Useful structure for expressing intent in a polite way

Alternate ways to say "I'm going to write it for you now":
1. いまからかきます (Ima kara kakimasu) – "I will write it now"
– "かきます" (kakimasu) is the polite form of "かく" (kaku)

2. いまからかこうと思います (Ima kara kakou to omoimasu) – "I think I will write it now"
– "かこう" (kakou) is the volitional form of "かく" (kaku) meaning "let's write"
– "と思います" (to omoimasu) means "I think"

3. γ„γΎγ‹γ‚‰γ‹γγ―γ˜γ‚γΎγ™ (Ima kara kaki hajimemasu) – "I will start writing now"
– "γ‹γγ―γ˜γ‚γΎγ™" (kaki hajimemasu) means "to start writing"

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