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Want to call in Japanese πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

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want to call γ‚ˆγ³γŸγ„
How to say “want to call” in Japanese? “γ‚ˆγ³γŸγ„”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “γ‚ˆγ³γŸγ„” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on want to call in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to Remember the Japanese Word:
– The verb 'yobu' (呼ぢ) means 'to call,' and 'tai' (γŸγ„) is a suffix used to express the desire to do something, adding 'tai' to the verb stem 'yobi' changes it to 'yobitai', meaning 'want to call.'
– You can remember 'yobu' by associating it with the English verb 'yell', as calling someone often involves raising your voice.

– γ‚ˆγ³γŸγ„ (yobitai) is derived from the verb γ‚ˆγΆ (yobu) meaning 'to call'.
– The γŸγ„ (tai) suffix is used to express desire, so γ‚ˆγ³γŸγ„ means 'want to call.'

Other Words That Mean the Same Thing:
– ε‘Όγ³γŸγŒγ‚‹ (yobitagaru): Indicates a third-person wants to call.
– ι›»θ©±γ—γŸγ„ (denwa ai): Want to make a phone call (more specifically 'want to call' on the phone).


1. Present/Future Tense:
– Positive: γ‚ˆγ³γŸγ„ (yobitai) – I want to call.
– Negative: γ‚ˆγ³γŸγγͺい (yobitakunai) – I don't want to call.

2. Past Tense:
– Positive: γ‚ˆγ³γŸγ‹γ£γŸ (yobitakatta) – I wanted to call.
– Negative: γ‚ˆγ³γŸγγͺγ‹γ£γŸ (yobitakunakatta) – I didn't want to call.

Examples of Sentences Using γ‚ˆγ³γŸγ„ (Yobitai):
– ε½Όγ«ζ—©γγ‚ˆγ³γŸγ„ (kare ni hayaku yobitai) – I want to call him quickly.
– ε‹ι”γ‚’γ‚ˆγ³γŸγ„ (tomodachi o yobitai) – I want to call my friend.
– δ»Šγ‚ˆγ³γŸγγͺい (ima yobitakunai) – I don't want to call right now.
– 昨ζ—₯、彼ε₯³γ«γ‚ˆγ³γŸγ‹γ£γŸ (kinou, kanojo ni yobitakatta) – I wanted to call her yesterday.

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