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Wanted to read in Japanese đŸ‡ŻđŸ‡”

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wanted to read よみたかった
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よみたかった (yomitakatta)

Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– ćˆ†è§Łă—ăŠè€ƒăˆăŸă—ă‚‡ă† (Separate and think):
– よむ (yomu) – to read
– ïœžăŸă„ (~tai) – want to
– ïœžă‹ăŁăŸ (~katta) – past tense
So よみたかった (yomitakatta) means "wanted to read".


– よむ (yomu) – the base form, "to read".
– ïœžăŸă„ (~tai) – a suffix added to show desire or want.
– ïœžă‹ăŁăŸ (~katta) – a suffix added to ïœžăŸă„ to make it past tense.

Other words that mean the same thing:

– èȘ­ă‚€æ°—ăŒă‚ăŁăŸ (よむきがあった, yomu ki ga atta) – had the intention to read.
– èȘ­ăżăŸă„ăšæ€ăŁăŸ (よみたいべおもった, yomitai to omotta) – thought of wanting to read.

Different conjugations:

1. Non-Past (Present/Future):
– よみたい (yomitai) – want to read.
– Example: ćœŒăŻæœŹă‚’ă‚ˆăżăŸă„ (ă‹ă‚ŒăŻă»ă‚“ă‚’ă‚ˆăżăŸă„, kare wa hon o yomitai) – He wants to read the book.

2. Past:
– よみたかった (yomitakatta) – wanted to read.
– Example: æ˜šæ—„ă€ăăźæœŹă‚’ă‚ˆăżăŸă‹ăŁăŸ (ăăźă†ă€ăăźă»ă‚“ă‚’ă‚ˆăżăŸă‹ăŁăŸ, kinou, sono hon o yomitakatta) – I wanted to read that book yesterday.

3. Negative Non-Past:
– よみたくăȘい (yomitakunai) – do not want to read.
– Example: ćœŒăŻăă‚Œă‚’ă‚ˆăżăŸăăȘい (かれはそれをよみたくăȘい, kare wa sore o yomitakunai) – He does not want to read that.

4. Negative Past:
– よみたくăȘかった (yomitakunakatta) – did not want to read.
– Example: æ˜šæ—„ă€ăăźæœŹă‚’ă‚ˆăżăŸăăȘかった (ăăźă†ă€ăăźă»ă‚“ă‚’ă‚ˆăżăŸăăȘかった, kinou, sono hon o yomitakunakatta) – I did not want to read that book yesterday.

Examples of sentences:

– ă‚ăźæŒ«ç”»ă‚’ă‚ˆăżăŸă‹ăŁăŸ (ă‚ăźăŸă‚“ăŒă‚’ă‚ˆăżăŸă‹ăŁăŸ, ano manga o yomitakatta) – I wanted to read that manga.
– ćœŒć„łăŻăăźæ‰‹çŽ™ă‚’ă‚ˆăżăŸă‹ăŁăŸ (かぼじょはそぼどがみをよみたかった, kanojo wa sono tegami o yomitakatta) – She wanted to read that letter.
– ă‚ˆăżăŸă‹ăŁăŸæœŹăŒèŠ‹ă€ă‹ă‚‰ăȘかった (ă‚ˆăżăŸă‹ăŁăŸă»ă‚“ăŒăżă€ă‹ă‚‰ăȘかった, yomitakatta hon ga mitranakatta) – I couldn't find the book I wanted to read.

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