Atta not in the dictionary?

Asked 7 years ago

I've tried atta, あった, 会った, and 合った

I believe it means to have met or came together, or there was. 

Thanks ^_^

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1 Answer


会った and 合った are different.  You need to know their dictionary forms.  What dictionary forms?  Please read our lessons "Reading The Dictionary Is Fun," "Dictionary Form, Part Deux,"  etc.

Any way, 会った is the affirmative past tense of 会う (あう).

On the other hand, 合った comes from 合う (あう).

Hope this helps!

Answered 7 years ago