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How To Conjugate The Japanese Verb: 'To Go'

Iku is a Japanese verb that means to go in English Language. This crucial verb belongs in the first group (Godan verbs) and as any other Japanese verb, it has many conjugations. Learners have to practice the correct verb conjugation many times in order to use it correctly.

Here is a chart below with the correct conjugation of the verb Iku (to go)

Conjugation of Japanese verb Iku - to go 行く
FormKanjiRomaji
Informal Present行くiku
Formal Present (~ masu Form)行きますikimasu
Informal Past  (~ ta Form)行ったitta
Formal Past 行きましたikimashita
Informal Negative (~ nai Form)行かないikanai
Formal Negative行きませんikimasen
Informal Past Negative行かなかったikanakatta
Formal Past Negative行きませんでしたikimasen deshita
~ te Form行ってitte
Conditional行けばikeba
Volitional行こうikou
Passive行かれるikareru
Causative行かせるikaseru
Potential行けるikeru
Imperative (Command)行けike
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