Japanese がほしい grammar gahoshii

Japanese がほしい grammar gahoshii
Japanese がほしい grammar gahoshii

Let’s learn Japanese がほしい grammar gahoshii :

JLPT level : N5

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Describe the meaning “want, wish” something. Is used to express your desire or ask about someone’s desire.

For example

Okane ga takusan hoshii desu.
I want to have a lot of money.

onsen ryokou ga hoshii na.
I want a trip to hot springs.

A :「[?] kondo no barentain ha nani ga hoshii ka.’
B: ‘nani mo hoshiku nai. Anata ha watashi no soba ni i te mou ii’
A: “What do you want in this Valentine?”
B: “Nothing. I only need you by my side ” 広いアパートがほしいです。今のアパートはとても狭くて暗いです。
desu. Ima no apāto ha totemo semaku te kurai desu.
I want a wide flat. My own one is small and dark.

atarashii pasokon ga hoshii.
I want a new PC.

Related structures :

がほしい gahoshii
てほしい tehoshii
がほしいんですが gahoshiidesuga
させてほしい sasetehoshii
てほしいん tehoshiin
ほしがる hoshigaru

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