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Want to do in Japanese πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

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

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– Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– The word "γ—γŸγ„" (ai) is derived from the verb "する" (suru), which means "to do." By adding "γŸγ„" (tai), you express the desire to do something. You can remember this as "suru + tai = ai."

– Explanations:
– "γ—γŸγ„" (ai) is the suffix added to the base form of a verb to indicate the desire to do that action. It's equivalent to the English "want to do."

– Other words that mean the same thing:
– γ‚„γ‚ŠγŸγ„ (yaritai): This also means "want to do," especially if the verb is related to playing or doing something informal.
– ζœ›γ‚€ (nozomu): This is a more formal way to express a desire or wish, though it's not used in the same grammatical structure.

– If it is infinitive then give the different conjugations (past, present, future, etc.):
– As "γ—γŸγ„" is not an infinitive form but a specific conjugation indicating desire, it does not conjugate in the same way as verbs do. However, you can combine it with different forms of the verb "する" (suru) to express different tenses.
– Present: γ—γŸγ„ (ai) – "want to do"
– Past: γ—γŸγ‹γ£γŸ (akatta) – "wanted to do"
– Negative: γ—γŸγγͺい (akunai) – "don't want to do"
– Past negative: γ—γŸγγͺγ‹γ£γŸ (akunakatta) – "didn't want to do"
– Future: Japanese often uses present tense for future intentions, so γ—γŸγ„ (ai) can also translate to "will want to do."

– Examples of sentences that use it:
– η§γ―δ»Šγ€γ‚ΉγƒγƒΌγƒ„γ‚’γ—γŸγ„γ§γ™γ€‚ (Watashi wa ima, supōtsu o ai desu.) – "I want to play sports now."
– 彼はζ—₯本θͺžγ‚’ε‹‰εΌ·γ—γŸγ‹γ£γŸγ€‚ (Kare wa Nihongo o benkyō akatta.) – "He wanted to study Japanese."
– 明ζ—₯γ€ζ˜ η”»γ‚’θ¦‹γŸγ„γ€‚ (Aa, eiga o mitai.) – "I want to see a movie tomorrow."
– ε½Όε₯³γ―γ‚³γƒΌγƒ’γƒΌγ‚’ι£²γΏγŸγγͺい。 (Kanojo wa kōhΔ« o nomitakunai.) – "She doesn't want to drink coffee."
– ε­δΎ›γŸγ‘γ―ε€–γ§ιŠγ³γŸγγͺγ‹γ£γŸγ€‚ (Kodomo-tachi wa soto de asobitakunakatta.) – "The children didn't want to play outside."

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