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You go (polite) in Japanese πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

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You go (polite) あγͺた は いきます
How to say “You go (polite)” in Japanese? “あγͺた は いきます”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “あγͺた は いきます” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on You go (polite) in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– Break it down: "あγͺた" (anata) means "you" and "いきます" (ikimasu) means "to go" in a polite way.
– Mnemonic: Imagine saying "I must go" very quickly, which sounds like "ikimasu."

– "あγͺた は いきます" (anata wa ikimasu) is a polite way to say "You go" or "You will go" in Japanese.
– "は" (wa) is the topic marker, indicating that "you" is the subject of the sentence.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– "葌く" (いく, iku): This is the plain form of the verb "to go."
– "γ‚γ‚“γŸγŒθ‘Œγ" (anta ga iku): A less formal way to say "You go."

1. Present/Future Tense (Polite): いきます (ikimasu) – You go/You will go
2. Past Tense (Polite): γ„γγΎγ—γŸ (ikimaa) – You went
3. Negative (Present/Future, Polite): いきません (ikimasen) – You do not go/You will not go
4. Negative Past (Polite): γ„γγΎγ›γ‚“γ§γ—γŸ (ikimasen dea) – You did not go
5. Present/Future Tense (Plain): いく (iku) – You go/You will go
6. Past Tense (Plain): γ„γ£γŸ (itta) – You went
7. Negative (Present/Future, Plain): いかγͺい (ikanai) – You do not go/You will not go
8. Negative Past (Plain): いかγͺγ‹γ£γŸ (ikanakatta) – You did not go

Examples of sentences that use it:
1. あγͺた は γ„γγΎγ™γ‹οΌŸ (anata wa ikimasu ka?) – Will you go?
2. 明ζ—₯、あγͺた は いきます (aa, anata wa ikimasu) – You will go tomorrow.
3. ε½Όγ―γ‚γ•γ£γ¦θ‘ŒγγΎγ™ (kare wa asatte ikimasu) – He will go the day after tomorrow.
4. あγͺたは昨ζ—₯γ„γγΎγ—γŸγ‹οΌŸ (anata wa kinou ikimaa ka?) – Did you go yesterday?
5. ε­¦ζ ‘γ«θ‘ŒγγΎγ™ (gakkou ni ikimasu) – (He/she/you) goes to school.

Romanized Characters:
1. Anata wa ikimasu ka? – Will you go?
2. Aa, anata wa ikimasu – You will go tomorrow.
3. Kare wa asatte ikimasu – He will go the day after tomorrow.
4. Anata wa kinou ikimaa ka? – Did you go yesterday?
5. Gakkou ni ikimasu – (He/she/you) goes to school.

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