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Like, be pleased with (lit put your spirit into it) in Japanese đŸ‡ŻđŸ‡”

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like, be pleased with (lit. put your spirit into it) き に いる
How to say “like, be pleased with (lit. put your spirit into it)” in Japanese? “き に いる”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “き に いる” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on like, be pleased with (lit. put your spirit into it) in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– Imagine putting your "ki" (気), or spirit, into something you really like and are pleased with.
– Visualize being mentally invested in something, making it special to you.

"き に いる" literally translates to "put your spirit into it," meaning to like or be pleased with something.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– ć„œă (すき, suki): to like
– æ°—ă«ć…„ă‚‹ (ăă«ă„ă‚‹, ki ni iru): to be pleased with


Infinitive: æ°—ă«ć…„ă‚‹ (き に いる, ki ni iru)
Present: æ°—ă«ć…„ă‚ŠăŸă™ (き に ă„ă‚ŠăŸă™, ki ni irimasu)
Past: æ°—ă«ć…„ăŁăŸ (き に いった, ki ni itta)
Negative: æ°—ă«ć…„ă‚‰ăȘい (き に いらăȘい, ki ni iranai)
Past Negative: æ°—ă«ć…„ă‚‰ăȘかった (き に いらăȘかった, ki ni iranakatta)
Te-form: æ°—ă«ć…„ăŁăŠ (き に いっど, ki ni itte)
Potential: æ°—ă«ć…„ă‚Œă‚‹ (き に いれる, ki ni ireru)
Imperative: æ°—ă«ć…„ă‚Œ (き に いれ, ki ni ire)

Examples of sentences:

1. ćœŒăŻăăźæœŹăŒæ°—ă«ć…„ăŁăŠă„ăŸă™ă€‚
– Kare wa sono hon ga ki ni irimasu.
– He likes that book.

2. ç§ăŻă“ăźæ˜ ç”»ăŒæ°—ă«ć…„ăŁăŸă€‚
– Watashi wa kono eiga ga ki ni itta.
– I liked this movie.

3. あăȘăŸăźăƒ—ăƒŹă‚ŒăƒłăƒˆăŒæ°—ă«ć…„ă‚‰ăȘかった。
– Anata no purezento ga ki ni iranakatta.
– I didn't like your present.

4. ć›ăŻăăźæ­ŒăŒæ°—ă«ć…„ă‚‹ăšæ€ă†ă‚ˆă€‚
– Kimi wa sono uta ga ki ni iru to omou yo.
– I think you'll like that song.

5. æ°—ă«ć…„ă‚ŒăŸă‚‰èČ·ăŁăŠăă ă•ă„ă€‚
– Ki ni iretara katte kudasai.
– If you like it, please buy it.

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