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Japanese Grammar – I already don’t want to go back to America. πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

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もう をパγƒͺγ‚« γ«οΌˆγ‹γˆγ‚ŠγŸγ„οΌ‰____です。

I already don’t want to go back to America.

This is how to say I already don’t want to go back to America. in Japanese with the correct grammar: もう をパγƒͺγ‚« γ«οΌˆγ‹γˆγ‚ŠγŸγ„οΌ‰____です。, with the answer being “γ‹γˆγ‚ŠγŸγγͺい”. Here you will learn how to pronounce γ‹γˆγ‚ŠγŸγγͺい correctly and in the comments below be able to read comments on how to understand this grammar & tips and explanations on the grammar subject. Then, below that, you will have the opportunity to play a game practicing all different types of Japanese grammar and vocabulary.

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もう をパγƒͺγ‚« γ«οΌˆγ‹γˆγ‚ŠγŸγ„οΌ‰____です。

もう をパγƒͺγ‚« γ«οΌˆγ‹γˆγ‚ŠγŸγ„οΌ‰____です。
translated: I already don't want to go back to America.
answer: γ‹γˆγ‚ŠγŸγγͺい

1. Verb Conjugation for "Want to" and "Don't Want to":
– The verb "γ‹γˆγ‚‹" (kaeru, to return) needs to be changed to its negative "want to" form.
– "γŸγ„" (tai) is a suffix used to express desire or want. So, "γ‹γˆγ‚ŠγŸγ„" (kaeritai) means "want to return."
– To express "don't want to return," the verb is conjugated to "γ‹γˆγ‚ŠγŸγγͺい" (kaeritakunai):
* "γ‹γˆγ‚Š" (kaeri) comes from "γ‹γˆγ‚‹" (kaeru).
* "たくγͺい" (takunai) is the negative form of "γŸγ„" (tai).

2. Formation:
– The stem of the verb "γ‹γˆγ‚‹" (kaeru, to return) is "γ‹γˆγ‚Š" (kaeri).
– When you want to say "don't want to do [verb]," you use the verb stem + "たくγͺい":
* γ‹γˆγ‚‹ (kaeru, to return) -> γ‹γˆγ‚Š (kaeri) + たくγͺい (takunai) = γ‹γˆγ‚ŠγŸγγͺい (kaeritakunai).

3. Context:
– "もう" (mou) means "already," indicating that the desire not to return has been established.
– The complete sentence structure "もう をパγƒͺγ‚« γ«γ‹γˆγ‚ŠγŸγγͺいです。" (Mou Amerika ni kaeritakunai desu.) directly translates to "I already don't want to go back to America."

Romanized Characters:
Mou Amerika ni (kaeritai) kaeritakunai desu.

This demonstrates the grammatical structure and conjugation necessary to correctly express "I already don't want to go back to America" in Japanese.

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