Japanese ようとする grammar youtosuru
Let’s learn Japanese ようとする grammar youtosuru :
Meaning and how to use :
Describe willpower to do something of the speaker.
Asu, kanojo ni kono koto wo hanasou.
I will tell her about this tomorrow.
Kyou kara isshokenmei ni benkyoushiyou.
I will study hard from today.
Imakara ge-mu wo sezuni, benkyou ni shuuchuu shiyou.
I will focus on studying without playing games from now on.
Asukara tabako wo yameyou.
I will quit smoking from tomorrow.
Kinben ni jigyou ni shusseki shiyou.
I will attend classes regularly.
Note: 「Vようっと」is a monologue used in speaking. Sometimes it is pronounced as 「Vよっと」
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