V[て]もいい - Grammar Discussion

[Verbs] is okay, is alright to, can・may

Structure

  • Verb[]・も・いい

:warning: む・ ぶ → で

  • → いで

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The second reading source goes to an empty page

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Hey :grin:

It has been fixed!

Many thanks for notifying us and sorry for the inconvenience!

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Instead of 朝ごはんをつくってもいいです I incorrectly used 朝ごはんをつくてもいいです.

Does someone have a link to a page with that table of conversions to the te-form verbs?

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Hey :grin:

It actually is on bunpro:

V(る1) → 見 → 見

V(る5) → 座 →座 って

V(う) → 歌 → 歌 って

V(つ) → 打 → 打 って

V(く) → 歩 → 歩 いて

V(ぐ) → 泳 → 泳 いで

V(ぬ) → 死 → 死 んで

V(ぶ) → 飛 → 飛 んで

V(む) → 休 → 休 んで

V(す) → 話 → 話 して

:warning:Irregular Verbs​:warning:

する→して

くる→きて

行く→行って


You can also conjugate any verb with jisho.

I hope it helps,
Cheers :+1:

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Exactly what I was looking for, tx!

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In 質問を してもいい ? this is automatically a question, and the か marker is rejected. Is it the question mark that makes this a question?

Cris

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The sentence-ending particle か behaves as a question mark, so it should usually be one or the other. 「~ですか?」 looks unusual.
In casual speech, I never use か, I just use an upward inflection (i.e. a question mark)

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Thanks, Matt.

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明日学校がにいってもいいです

Should there not be some kind of particle between 明日 and 学校?


Edit: Nevermind, found this:

Note: Relative time expressions such as 今日 and 明日 do not take a particle.

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