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Want to go in Japanese πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

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

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Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– Break it into parts: "葌く" (iku – to go) and "γŸγ„" (tai – want to).
– Think of "γ„γγŸγ„" (ikitai) as "Iku-tai" which implies "want to go."

– "γ„γγŸγ„" (ikitai) comes from the verb "葌く" (iku) which means "to go".
– By adding "γŸγ„" (tai), it makes it "want to go".
– It is in the informal present tense.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– "γ„γγŸγŒγ‚‹" (ikitagaru) – he/she wants to go (third person).
– "γ„γγŸγ„γ§γ™" (ikitai desu) – polite form of "I want to go".

The "γŸγ„" form is more about expressing a desire, rather than showing different tenses. However, you can work with the concept of "γŸγ„" in different contexts:
– Plain form: γ„γγŸγ„ (ikitai) – I want to go.
– Polite form: γ„γγŸγ„γ§γ™ (ikitai desu) – I want to go (polite).

1. Plain present:
– ε‹ι”γ¨ζ˜ η”»γ«γ„γγŸγ„γ€‚(Tomodachi to eiga ni ikitai.)
– I want to go to a movie with my friend.

2. Polite present:
– η§γ―γ„γγŸγ„γ§γ™γ€‚(Watashi wa ikitai desu.)
– I want to go (polite).

3. Past tense experience (not a direct conjugation but to express past desire):
– 昨ζ—₯γ€ζ΅·γ«γ„γγŸγ‹γ£γŸγ€‚(Kinō, umi ni ikitakatta.)
– Yesterday, I wanted to go to the beach.

4. Future desire (also not a direct conjugation but expressing future intention):
– 明ζ—₯γ€ζ±δΊ¬γ«γ„γγŸγ„γ§γ™γ€‚(Aa, Tōkyō ni ikitai desu.)
– I want to go to Tokyo tomorrow (polite).

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