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How To Conjugate The Japanese Verb: 'To Come'

The verb 'to come' (kuru ) is one of the irregular verbs in Japanese.

Below you'll find a table of the conjugations of Kuru .

Conjugation of Japanese verb Kuru - to come 来る
FormKanjiRomaji
Informal Present来るkuru
Formal Present (~ masu Form)来ますkimasu
Informal Past  (~ ta Form)来たkita
Formal Past 来ましたKimashita
Informal Negative (~ nai Form)来ないkonai
Formal Negative来ませんKimasen
Informal Past Negative来なかったKonakatta
Formal Past Negative来ませんでしたKimasen deshita
~ te Form来てKite
Conditional来ればKureba
Volitional来ようKoyou
Passive来られるKorareru
Causative来させるKosaseru
Potential来られるKorareru
Imperative (Command)来いKoi
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