Japanese ましょう grammar mashou

Japanese ましょう grammar mashou
Japanese ましょう grammar mashou

Let’s learn Japanese ましょう grammar mashou :

JLPT level : N5

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

It’s used to express invitation or respond to suggestion

For example

Issho ni iki masho u.
Let’s go.

kinou no suugaku no shukudai o yari masho u.
LEt’s do the yesterday math excercise.

shashin o tori masho u.
Let’s take a photograph together.

‘issho ni kōhī o nomi mase n ka.’ ? ‘hai, nomi masho u.’
“Let’s drink coffee” – “Yes, let’s do it.”

kaetta toki, uchi ni hairu mae ni, ‘tadaima’ to ii masho u.
When we come home, before we come in let say “I’m back” together.

In some case it’s express the meaning urge, guide someone (especially with children). (in example 5)

Related structures :

ましょうか mashouka
ませんか masenka

above is Japanese ましょう grammar mashou. 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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