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動詞, どうし

  • dōshi


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • verb

Examples of 動詞,どうし in a Sentence

Can you conjugate this verb?
With the subjunctive past all the 'be' verbs become 'were', OK?
With verbs there are intransitive verbs that don't take an object, and transitive verbs that do take an object.
Sometimes a verb is derived from a noun and sometimes it is the other way around.
This sentence is in the present perfect. 'have' is not a verb, but an auxiliary verb.
In a progressive tense sentence it becomes the -ing form verb, that is the present participle.
'Verb' refers to the predicate verb. Predicate verbs change their form depending on the subject and the time expressed.
Accordingly, besides noun declension patterns, there also existed a greater variety of verb conjugation patterns than in Modern English.
In English the verb precedes the object.
The following verbs only take the to-infinitive as their object.

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