Learn Japanese – Get in on the Volitional Verb Action!

Learn Japanese fast! Welcome back to your Japanese articles! Here you will find out how to say “Welcome back” and “I’m home” in formal and informal Japanese. Plus, you’ll discover how to effectively use one of the most important forms of Japanese words, both formally and informally. In this Japanese for Beginners article, master the volitional form of Japanese verbs. Some of the words you will learn are “swim”, “study” and “meet”. You’ll enjoy the many charts that demonstrate the informal and formal volitional forms of all types of verbs. And, the example sentences are sure to become a part of your Japanese vocabulary. It’s all here!

Vocabulary: In this article, you will learn the following words and phrases:

tadaima – “Right now, I’m home”

O-kaerinasai. – “Welcome home”

Senpai – “greater, higher”

mainichi – “every day”

sabishi either samishii – “lonely, lonely” (adjective final -i)

taihan – “hard hard”

futsuu – “ordinary, usual”

tanjoobi – “birthday”

Shiru – “know, understand” (verb class 1)

Dakara – “so, therefore”

deeto – “date” (romantic)

mine of – “With everyone”

tanjoo kai – “Birthday Party”

jooshi – “chief, superior”

Grammar: In this article, you will learn the following words and phrases:

Vocabulary and useful phrases

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“I’m home.

Informal: Tadaima

Formal: Tadaima kaerimashita.

Welcome back.”

Informal: O-kaeri.

Formal: O-kaerinasai.

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For more information on these phrases:

 

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shit imsu

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There are some verbs that we usually use in the [ te-form of a verb ] + [ iru / imasu ] building. Shiru (“to know”) is one of them. However, in the negative form, we use Shiranai either ShirimasenNO inai shit either shit picture.

Examples:

formal speech

  1. Formal: anus hito o shitte imasu ka. Informal: anus milestone, shitteiru? Translation: “Do you know that person?”
  2. Formal: That is, shirimasen. Informal: iya, shiranai. Translation: “No, i do not do it”.

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mine of

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this particle Delaware indicates the condition of the agent of the action.

Examples:

  1. Watashi wa hitori from afurika ni itta. “I went to Africa alone.”
  2. Yamakawa-san wa kazoku minna from ryokoo or shita. “Mr. (or Mrs.) Yamakawa went on a trip with his whole family.”

target grammar

 

In this article, we are going to learn how to form informal volitional forms of a verb.

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“Let’s go!

Informal: ikoo.

Formal: ikimashoo.

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Volitional Form

  • Formal volitional form of a verb [ masu stem of a verb ] + mashoo

For more information:

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  • Informal volitional form of a verb

Class 1 verbs

(1) Drop the final -your

(2) Addoh

“English” /dictionary form /Volitional Form

“to buy” / kayour / kaoh

“to carry out” /meyour / meoh

“speak” /hanasyour / hanasoh

“expect” /matsyour / matoh

“To die” /shinyour / shinoh

“play” /asobyour / asoboh

“to ride” /neitheryour / neitheroh

 

Class 2 verbs

(1) Drop the final -ru

(2) Add –I or

“English” /dictionary form / Volitional Form

“to eat” /tableyour / tableI or

“to see” /meyour / meI or

 

Class 3 verbs

“English” /dictionary form / Volitional Form

“to do” /suru / shyoh

“to come” /kuru / koyoo

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Practice 1

Fill in the blanks to complete the chart.

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“English” / Dictionary Form / Volitional Informal / Volitional Formal

“meet up” /it is / ___ / aimashoh

“listen” /kiku /kikoh / ___

“to swim” /oyogu / ___ / oyogimashoh

“to drink” / ___ / ___ / Nameoh

“cut” (class1) /Kiru / ___ / ___

“sleep” (class2) /neru / ___ / ___

“carry” (class 2) /Kiru / ___ / ___

“study” (class 3) /suru benkyoo / ___ / ___

“bring” (class 3) /motte kuru / ___ / ___

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practice 2

Rewrite the following sentences in informal Japanese.

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  1. Terebi or mimashoo. ______________________________________________________________________
  2. Kekkon or shimashoo. ______________________________________________________________________
  3. O-cha or nomimashoh. ______________________________________________________________________
  4. Japanesepod101.com[Japanesepod101com[Japanesepod101com[Japonéspod101com[Japanesepod101comor kikimashoo. ______________________________________________________________________
  5. Nihon-go or benkyoo shimashoo. ______________________________________________________________________

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