Learn Japanese Verbs such as eat, drink, buy, watch, etc. with audio, here.
The verbs come at the end of the sentence and conjugate to show present or past tenses as well as affirmative and negative.
In Japanese language, there are two tenses, past and non-past.
Since there is no future tense the non-past is used for both habitual action and future tense.
ex. ikimasu (to go)
Besides the masu form above, Japanese verbs conjugate into several forms.
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|mimasu||to watch, look, see|
|kakimasu||to write, draw, paint|
|tsukurimasu||to make, produce, cook|
|aimasu||to meet / to match, fit|
|arimasu||to have, be at, exist (inanimate object)|
|imasu||to have, be at, exist (animate object)|
|hanashimasu||to talk, speak|
|nemasu||to lie down, go to bed|
|okimasu||to get up, wake up, happen, occur|
|kowaremasu||to be broken|
|naoshimasu||to repair, fix|
|agemasu||to give, present / to raise, lift up|
|moraimasu||to receive, be given|
|karimasu||to borrow, rent|
|agarimasu||to go up, rise|
|sagarimasu||to go down, drop|
|oboemasu||to memorize, learn, master|
|oshiemasu||to teach, inform, notice, let somebody know|
|shirabemasu||to check, investigate|
|hajimarimasu||to begin, start, open|
|owarimasu||to finish, end|
|makemasu||to lose (a game)|
|magarimasu||to turn, curve|
|tomarimasu||to stop / to stay (the night), lodge|
|norimasu||to get on, ride|
|orimasu||to get off|
|suwarimasu||to sit, have a seat|
|yakimasu||to grill, bake, roast, toast|
|kimasu||to wear, put on (clothes)|
|nugimasu||to take off (shoes, clothes)|
|torimasu||to take, get / to take a picture|
|shimasu||to do, play (something)|