Japanese をする grammar woshimasu

Japanese をする grammar woshimasu
Japanese をする grammar woshimasu

Let’s learn Japanese をする grammar woshimasu :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

1. Often followed with by a noun (most of the cases are Chinese and foreign nouns) to make a verb. Translated as “doing something”.


Gogo, ri san to sakka o shi masu.
This afternoon, I’ll bee playing soccer with Lee.

Ashita haha no kawari ni shoppingu shi masu.
I’ll be shopping for groceries instead of my mom tomorrow.

2. To describe the outside appearances – visions of something.


Kimi ha aoi kao o shi te i masu yo.
Your face looks pale.

Ano hito ha gouka na sugata o shi masu ne.
That person has a gorgeous appearance.

3. To express the meaning “have a job..~/following the career..~”. Combied with nouns indicating jobs.


Chichi ha isha o shi te iru.
My father is a doctor.

Go nen mae ni, haha ha sakka o shi mashi ta. Shikashi, kon haha ha shitsugyou shi te i masu.
My mother was a writer 5 years ago. She’s currently unemployed now.

4. To express the meaning “wear/put on accessories, clothes..”. When used to describe statues, it is used in the form 「している」


Kyou otto ga watashi kara moratta nekutai o shi masu.
Today, My husband is wearing the caravat that I gifted him.

Daiyamondo kara tsukurare ta yubiwa o shi te iru hito ha shushou no okusama desu yo.
The one wearing the diamond ring is the prime minister’s wife.

5. To express the meaning “use something for a purpose other than its original/main purpose”
How to combine: N1をN2にします


Suugaku no noto o bungaku no noto ni shi masu.
I’m using my math textbook as my literature textbook.

Sukafu o kokuban keshi ni shi masu.
I use my scarf as the board-eraser.

Related structures :

する suru
がする gasuru
をする wosuru
ものとする monotosuru
とする tosuru
お~する o~suru
にする nisuru
ようにする younisuru

above is Japanese をする grammar woshimasu. 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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