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Want, desire (of the third person) in Japanese πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

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want, desire (of the third person) γ»γ—γŒγ‚‹
How to say “want, desire (of the third person)” in Japanese? “γ»γ—γŒγ‚‹”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “γ»γ—γŒγ‚‹” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on want, desire (of the third person) in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– Visualize someone expressing strong desire for a star. The word "ほし" (hoshi) means "star" in Japanese, and "γŒγ‚‹" (garu) is a suffix used to indicate someone's outward expression of a feeling or want. Imagine this person "garu" (wanting) a star (ほし).

– "γ»γ—γŒγ‚‹" (hoshigaru) is used to describe someone else's desire or want and is not typically used for one's own desires.
– The base "ほし" (hoshi) means "want" and "γŒγ‚‹" (garu) is added to indicate the third person's perspective.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– ζ¬²γ—γŒγ‚‹ (γ»γ—γŒγ‚‹, hoshigaru): to want, desire
– 欲する (ほっする, hossuru): to desire (more formal)

1. Present/Future Tense: γ»γ—γŒγ‚‹ (hoshigaru)
2. Past Tense: γ»γ—γŒγ£γŸ (hoshigatta)
3. Negative Present/Future Tense: γ»γ—γŒγ‚‰γͺい (hoshigaranai)
4. Negative Past Tense: γ»γ—γŒγ‚‰γͺγ‹γ£γŸ (hoshigaranakatta)
5. Te-form: γ»γ—γŒγ£γ¦ (hoshigatte)

Examples of sentences:
1. ε½Όγ―ζ–°γ—γ„θ»Šγ‚’ζ¬²γ—γŒγ£γ¦γ„γ‚‹γ€‚
Kare wa atarashii kuruma o hoshigatte iru.
He wants a new car.

2. ε­δΎ›γŸγ‘γ―γŠγ‚‚γ‘γ‚ƒγ‚’ζ¬²γ—γŒγ£γŸγ€‚
Kodomo-tachi wa omocha o hoshigatta.
The children wanted toys.

3. ε½Όε₯³γ―ε€–ε›½γ«θ‘ŒγγŸγŒγ‚‰γͺい。
Kanojo wa gaikoku ni ikitagarannai.
She doesn't want to go abroad.

4. ε½Όγ―ηŠ¬γ‚’ι£Όγ„γŸγŒγ£γ¦γ„γΎγ™γ€‚
Kare wa inu o kaitagatte imasu.
He wants to have a dog.

5. ε­¦η”ŸγŸγ‘γ―γ‚‚γ£γ¨θ‡ͺη”±γͺζ™‚ι–“γ‚’ζ¬²γ—γŒγ£γ¦γ„γΎγ™γ€‚
Gakusei-tachi wa motto jiyΕ«na jikan o hoshigatte imasu.
The students want more free time.

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