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Read (polite) in Japanese πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

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read (polite) γ‚ˆγΏγΎγ™
How to say “read (polite)” in Japanese? “γ‚ˆγΏγΎγ™”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “γ‚ˆγΏγΎγ™” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on read (polite) in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– "γ‚ˆγΏγΎγ™" (yomimasu) stems from the verb "θͺ­γ‚€" (γ‚ˆγ‚€, yomu), which means "to read." You can remember it by associating "θͺ­γ‚€" with reading something like "YOu" read a book.

– "γ‚ˆγΏγΎγ™" (yomimasu) is the polite form of the verb "θͺ­γ‚€" (θͺ­γ‚€, yomu), which means "to read." It is often used in formal situations or when speaking to someone of higher status.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– γ‚ˆγ‚€ (θͺ­γ‚€, yomu): to read (plain form)

Conjugations (since "γ‚ˆγΏγΎγ™" is the polite form of "θͺ­γ‚€"):
– Plain form (dictionary form): θͺ­γ‚€ (γ‚ˆγ‚€, yomu)
– Polite form: γ‚ˆγΏγΎγ™ (yomimasu)
– Plain past tense: θͺ­γ‚“だ (γ‚ˆγ‚“γ , yonda)
– Polite past tense: θͺ­γΏγΎγ—γŸ (γ‚ˆγΏγΎγ—γŸ, yomimaa)
– Plain negative form: θͺ­γΎγͺい (γ‚ˆγΎγͺい, yomanai)
– Polite negative form: θͺ­γΏγΎγ›γ‚“ (γ‚ˆγΏγΎγ›γ‚“, yomimasen)
– Potential form: θͺ­γ‚γ‚‹ (γ‚ˆγ‚γ‚‹, yomeru) – can read
– て-form: θͺ­γ‚“で (γ‚ˆγ‚“γ§, yonde) – for making requests, connecting clauses

Examples of sentences that use "γ‚ˆγΏγΎγ™":
1. ζœ¬γ‚’γ‚ˆγΏγΎγ™γ€‚ (γ»γ‚“γ‚’γ‚ˆγΏγΎγ™, Hon o yomimasu.) – I will read a book.
2. ζ―Žζœζ–°θžγ‚’γ‚ˆγΏγΎγ™γ€‚ (γΎγ„γ‚γ•γ—γ‚“γΆγ‚“γ‚’γ‚ˆγΏγΎγ™, Maiasa shinbun o yomimasu.) – I read the newspaper every morning.
3. ε­δΎ›γŸγ‘γ«η΅΅ζœ¬γ‚’γ‚ˆγΏγΎγ™γ€‚ (γ“γ©γ‚‚γŸγ‘γ«γˆγ»γ‚“γ‚’γ‚ˆγΏγΎγ™, Kodomotachi ni ehon o yomimasu.) – I read picture books to the children.
4. ε­¦ζ ‘γ§γ‚ˆγζœ¬γ‚’γ‚ˆγΏγΎγ™γ€‚ (γŒγ£γ“γ†γ§γ‚ˆγγ»γ‚“γ‚’γ‚ˆγΏγΎγ™, Gakkou de yoku hon o yomimasu.) – I often read books at school.

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