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kore wa neko
Most of the time you want to use the
verb you will use
. Later we will learnother forms to show existence.
is, are, am
always at the endIt doesn't change like its English cousin (is, are, am) in the present tense
usually pronounced like "dess" HEAR IT! WAV
2 Basic verb forms
are many ways to change verbs, but here we will focus on 2 present tenseforms
"dictionary form" and "
: These 2 mean the same thing, butthe dictionary form is a little more casual and shorter.
gets its name because it is what is found in the dictionary.
The dictionary form verbs ends in -
and many end in
form verbs always ends in
in the present tense
To keep this page as simple as possible, I am writing all examples (for othergrammar points) in the