Objective: Learn to read and write sentences using Japanese ichidan (-いる, -える) verbs.
Ichidan verbs are group of Japanese verbs with stems that end in i or e and terminal stems ending in -iru or -eru. Conjugation of ichidan verbs follow hard and fast rules,so once you learn to use one ichidan verb, you can easily use all others.
To conjugate ichidan verbs to the present tense form, simply drop the -る from the end of the verb and replace with -ます.
Present Tense Example: (たべる - る) + ます = たべます = eating
[(taberu - ru) + masu = tabemasu]
みる = to see; to watch
たべる = to eat
おしえる = to teach
わたしはみます。 = I see. / I'm watching.
[watashi wa mimasu]
かれらはたべます。 = They are eating.
[karera wa tabemasu]
Write the following sentences in Japanese using hiragana/katakana.
Translate the following Japanese sentences to English.
Write the following sentences using hiragana/katakana.