Japanese たいとおもう grammar taitoomou

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Let’s learn Japanese たいとおもう grammar taitoomou :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Describing the speaker’s wishes and aspirations. This is a softer, more polite way of saying 「~たい」. When you want to be more polite, you can use 「存 じます」.


Kanojo ni totemo aitai to omou.
I really want to meet her.

Nihon ni ryokou shitai to omou.
I really want to travel to Japan.

Pari ni ichido ikitai to omou.
I want to go to Paris once.

Watashi wa kare ni shiawaseni sa setai to omoimasu.
I want to make him happy.

Hitori de kurashitai to omou.
I want to live alone.

Note: The structure ~ たい is a bit childlike, not suitable for adults, so in a formal context, use いとおも う 」.

Above is Japanese たいとおもう grammar taitoomou. if you don’t understand the signs we used in fomation, you can find their meaning here : signs used in Japanese grammar structures.

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