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silkymoon
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In need of a good conjugation guide

Postby silkymoon » October 1st, 2015 3:41 am

I'm in need of a good guide for conjugation. I've tried Tae Kim and some others but they were no help at all. They said the past tense of 行く would be 行かなかった were as all my vocab and phrase studies would have the past tense be 行きました. So it was pretty rough trying to memorize conjugation rules when none of the words in my actual use were following what those were teaching.
So, is there some guide and maybe a practice site/app that can teach me conjugation that has ます、ました、ません、and such, rather than かなかった and all those?

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Re: In need of a good conjugation guide

Postby community.japanese » October 9th, 2015 5:02 pm

Silkymoon san,
Konnichiwa. :)
Have you visited the page below?
http://www.japanesepod101.com/japanese-verb/conjugation/
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kabbajsarah
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Re: In need of a good conjugation guide

Postby kabbajsarah » October 27th, 2016 4:24 pm

Hi!!!please I'm in a big need of an answer to this question,and it's very important to me:
●there is in Japanese like in English:I,you,he,she,we,you and they, or not??By instance how do we say I speak or I love in Japanese.In short how is the conjugation in Japanese???

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Re: In need of a good conjugation guide

Postby community.japanese » November 20th, 2016 1:25 pm

Kabbajsarah san
Konnichiwa.
Thank you for your questions.
Yes, it has pronouns.
I watashi wa
You anata wa it is hardly used though.
He kare wa
She kanojo wa
We watashitachi wa
You (plural) anatatachi wa is is hardly used though.
They karera wa
I speak A watashi wa A o hanashimasu
I love A watashi wa A o aishiteimasu
:)
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