How To Conjugate The Japanese Verb: 'To Come'

Written byIchika Yamamoto

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

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

Conjugation of Japanese verb Kuru - to come 来る

Form Kanji Romaji
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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