The verb Kaku (which means to write in English) is a verb that belongs to the Godan/Yodan group of Japanese verbs. The kaku verb, as with any other verb in the Godan group (first group), has plenty of conjugations and combinations.
Here is a chart that displays the most important conjugations of the verb kaku (to write).
Conjugation of the Japanese verb Kaku - to write
|Formal Present (~ masu Form)||書きます||kakimasu|
|Informal Past (~ ta Form)||書いた||kaita|
|Informal Negative (~ nai Form)||書かない||kakanai|
|Informal Past Negative||書かなかった||kakanakatta|
|Formal Past Negative||書きませんでした||kakimasen deshita|
|~ te Form||書いて||kaite|
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