Japanese やります grammar yarimasu

Japanese やります grammar yarimasu
Japanese やります grammar yarimasu

Let’s learn Japanese やります grammar yarimasu :

JLPT level : N5

Formation :

note : N1 is subject (giver)
N2 is receiver
N3 is object.

Meaning and how to use :

1. Express the meaning “N1 gives, supplies N2 something”. Here, N1 is the superior or boss, N2 has lower position or plants, animals.

For example

Boku ha imouto ni okashi o yaru.
I give my sister sweet.

haha ha neko ni esa o yaru.
My mom feeds the cat.

kinou watashi ha ran no hana ni mizu o yatta.
I watered the orchids last evening.

2. Express doing some thing, carry out some action. this expression is usefully used by man, in informal situation. Play… , do…

For example

bungaku no shukudai o yatte i masu yo.
I’m doing literature excercise.

raishuu ore tachi ha doumon kai o yaru.
We have a schoolmate meeting nextweek.

issho ni benkyou o yaru ka.
Let’s study together?

Note for the second use of this structure:
+) “やる” only goes with verb that indicate action or movement.
+) “やる” is usually used to emphasize some special things or actions.
+) We use “やった” when we do something in good mood (do not use “した”)
+) The range of “やる” iss vast in daily life: in business, trading, daily activities,….
+) In ordinary, “やる” is a slang describe the sexual intercourse.

Related structures :

やる yaru
てやる teyaru

above is Japanese やります grammar yarimasu. 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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