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How To Conjugate The Japanese Verb: 'To Have'

Here you learn the conjugation of Japanese verb motsu - to have in Positive form.

Conjugation of Japanese verb motsu - to have

Verb ClassThe basic form of Group 1 verbs end with "~ u". This group is also called Consonant-stem verbs or Godan-doushi (Godan verbs).Stemmot - , moch-Te formmotteInfinitivemochi PositiveKanjiKatakana/HiraganaRomajiPresent IndicativePlain持つもつmotsuPolite もち ますmochimasuPresumptivePlain もつ だろうmotō motsu darōPolite もつ でしょうmochimashō motsu deshōImperativePlain 持てmotePolite もって くださいmotte kudasaiPast IndicativePlain もったmottaPolite もちましたmochimashitaPast PresumptivePlain もった だろうmottarō motta darōPolite もったでしょうmotta deshōPresent ProgressivePlain 持っているmotte iruPolite 持っていますmotte imasuPast ProgressivePlain 持ってmotte itaPolite 持っていたmotte imashitaProvisionalPlain もつぇばmotsebaPolite もちませばmochimaseba mochimasurebaConditionalPlain もったらmottaraPolite もちましたらmochimashitaraPotentialPlain 持てるmoteruPolite もて ますmotemasuCausativePlain もたせるmotaseruPolite もたせますmotasemasu

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Negative Form: To Have


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