Japanese れる grammar reru
Let’s learn Japanese れる grammar reru :
Vれる (verb in potential form)
Meaning and how to use :
Describe the speaker’s ability.
Nihongo ga dekiru.
I can speak Japanese.
Kono uta ga utaeru.
I can sing this song.
Asu gakkou ni shussekidekinai.
I can’t go to school tomorrow.
Kimi to issho ni ikenai.
I can’t go together with you.
Konna ni nagai kotoba no risuto wo suguni oboerarenai.
I can’t remember immediately such a long list of words like this.
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