Japanese Nakatta Form verb group two

Nakatta form for group two Japanese verbs are pretty much straight forward. The general rule is to replace ます (masu) with なかった (nakatta).When converted to nakatta form, it means did not do something (action/verb) or did not want to do something (action/verb). Example:1. あびます becomes あびなかった means did not take bath/did not want to take … Read more

Japanese Plain Form verb group two

Plain form in Japanese language is consisted of four forms. They are dictionary form, ta form, nai form and nakatta form. It is commonly used in Japanese society in less formal situation in daily life. On this article we will know about plain form for group two verb. Here, some group two verbs are converted … Read more