Japanese Verb Conjugation – Future and Habitual Tense

Japanese Verb Conjugations #1
Future/Habitual Tense

This form of the verb is found in dictionaries. It is commonly referred to as the standard form, short/informal/plain form, or infinitive.

Depending on the context of the conversation, use of this form will be inferred as either the future tense or habitual tense.

I will eat breakfast tomorrow – ashita, asagohan wo taberu.
I eat breakfast everyday – mai’nichi, asagohan wo taberu.

Refer to the verb conjugation chart to learn how to conjugate verbs into the negative tense.


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