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Japanese Language Lesson 20 - Te-form: Te mo ii desu ka

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Opis materiału Japanese Language Lesson 20 - Te-form: Te mo ii desu ka


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This lesson covers the sentence pattern "te-mo ii desu ka". With this sentence, you will be able to ask "may I?" in Japanese. Please stay tuned for future lessons on the many usages of te-form!

Notes:

May I read:
よみます -- よんでもいいですか/yomimasu -- yonde mo ii desu ka (regular I verb)

このにほんのほんをよんでもいいですか?/Kono nihon no hon o yonde mo ii desu ka?
May I read this Japanese book?


May I drink:
のみます -- のんでもいいですか/nomimasu -- nonde mo ii desu ka (regular I verb)

このフランスのワインをのんでもいいですか?/Kono furansu no wain o nonde mo ii desu ka?
May I drink this French wine?


May I eat:
たべます -- たべてもいいですか/tabemasu -- tabete mo ii desu ka (regular II verb)

このケーキをたべてもいいですか?/Kono keeki o tabete mo ii desu ka?
May I eat this cake?


May I watch:
みます -- みてもいいですか/mimasu -- mite mo ii desu ka (regular II verb)

このえいがをみてもいいですか?/Kono eiga o mite mo ii desu ka?
May I watch this movie?


May I sit:
すわります -- すわってもいいですか/suwarimasu -- suwatte mo ii desu ka (regular I verb)

このいすにすわってもいいですか?/Kono isu ni suwatte mo ii desu ka?
May I sit on this chair?

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Komentarze


Najii Najii
ありがと ございました.
Amin Samara
ありがとうございました、先生
Ved Pandey
Konichiva , arigatto Gozaimasu.
Suman Lala
can you teach kanji with picture?
Xinxin Nie
Thank you very much for your lessons! It is very easy for a beginner. Hope to have more wonderful lessons from your team!
Naoto Tsujikawa
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Lynn Greco
you are the ichiban sensei!!!
mingma Sherpa
Its a good teaching method .thank you very much
LimeGreenTeknii
Why is the "mo" at the end of the verb? Is it acting as a particle, or is that part of the verb?
Paul Staker
Way better than filthy frank.