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You see (polite) in Japanese πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

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

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Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– Associate "みます" (mimasu) with "see" or "watch." The "mi" part sounds like the English word "me," which can make you think of seeing yourself in a mirror.

– "みます" (mimasu) is a polite form of the verb "to see" or "to watch."
– It's a verb from Group II (or ichidan verbs in Japanese).

Other words that mean the same thing:
– 見る (みる, miru): This is the dictionary form, or the plain form, which means "to see" or "to watch."

Conjugations of 見る (みる, miru):

1. Present/Future Tense (Polite):
– みます (mimasu): "You see" or "You will see"
– Example: あγͺγŸγ―ζ˜ η”»γ‚’γΏγΎγ™γ€‚ (Anata wa eiga o mimasu.) – You will watch a movie.

2. Past Tense (Polite):
– γΏγΎγ—γŸ (mimaa): "You saw" or "You watched"
– Example: あγͺγŸγ―ζ˜ η”»γ‚’γΏγΎγ—γŸγ€‚ (Anata wa eiga o mimaa.) – You watched a movie.

3. Negative Present/Future Tense (Polite):
– みません (mimasen): "You do not see" or "You will not see"
– Example: あγͺγŸγ―ζ˜ η”»γ‚’γΏγΎγ›γ‚“γ€‚ (Anata wa eiga o mimasen.) – You will not watch a movie.

4. Negative Past Tense (Polite):
– γΏγΎγ›γ‚“γ§γ—γŸ (mimasen dea): "You did not see" or "You did not watch"
– Example: あγͺγŸγ―ζ˜ η”»γ‚’γΏγΎγ›γ‚“γ§γ—γŸγ€‚ (Anata wa eiga o mimasen dea.) – You did not watch a movie.

Examples of sentences that use it:

1. Present/Future:
– あγͺγŸγ―γƒ†γƒ¬γƒ“γ‚’γΏγΎγ™γ€‚ (Anata wa terebi o mimasu.) – You watch television.

2. Past:
– あγͺγŸγ―ζœ¬γ‚’γΏγΎγ—γŸγ€‚ (Anata wa hon o mimaa.) – You read a book. (Note: Here "見る (miru)" can also mean "to read" in some contexts).

3. Negative Present/Future:
– あγͺγŸγ―ζ˜ η”»γ‚’γΏγΎγ›γ‚“γ€‚ (Anata wa eiga o mimasen.) – You don't watch movies.

4. Negative Past:
– あγͺγŸγ―θ©¦εˆγ‚’γΏγΎγ›γ‚“γ§γ—γŸγ€‚ (Anata wa shiai o mimasen dea.) – You did not watch the game.

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