5 Japanese Verb Basic Conjugations (Rentaikei, Renyoukei, Mizenkei, Izenkei, Meireikei)

Hello everybody, welcome to our Japanese Learning Online blog and how are you today?^^, in this post, we're learning 5 basic conjugations of verbs in Japanese, rentaikei, renyoukei, mizenkei, izenkei and meireikei. Hmn, are you ready to learn guys? Prepare yourself, we will begin the lesson and enjoy it^^.
First of all, we will learn what rentaikei is. Maybe the rentaikei word is a little strange for you, but, if I use the dictionary form word, you completely know what I means rentaikei about, huh? yes, reitaikei is commonly called dictionary form and is usually the base for conjugations. This verb form usually ended in the sound う(u) for example: taberu, nomu, shinu, suru, kuru, kaku, matsu etcetera. I don't want to waste time to explain this form, because I'm sure you understand this form.

Rentaikei
group 1 (godan doushi)
kau
wakaru
matsu
hanasu
kaku
oyogu
shinu
nomu
tobu
group 2 (ichidan doushi)
taberu
miru
group 3 (fukisoku doushi)
suru
kuru

And next, Renyoukei or also called stem form, to conjugate a verb into this form is very easy and simple, for group 1 verbs just change the u vowel in the ending of verb to i vowel (for verbs with tsu ending become chi, because the i vowel of つ=tsu character is ち=chi in Hiragana, right?). And for group 2 verbs just delete the ru ending, and for group 3 verbs, i.e. suru and kury, suru become shi and kuru become ki.

Renyoukei
group 1 (godan doushi)
kai
wakari
machi
hanashi
kaki
oyogi
shini
nomi
tobi
group 2 (ichidan doushi)
tabe
mi
group 3 (fukisoku doushi)
shi
ki

Next, Mizenkei to conjugate a verb into mizenkei, for group 1 verbs just change the ending into a vowel (u ending become wa and tsu ending become ta), for group 2 verbs same like above, just delete the ru, and the last (for group 3 verbs), suru become shi and kuru become ko.

Mizenkei
group 1 (godan doushi)
kawa
wakara
mata
hanasa
kaka
oyoga
shina
noma
toba
group 2 (ichidan doushi)
tabe
mi
group 3 (fukisoku doushi)
shi
ko

Next, Izenkei to conjugate a verb into izenkei, just change the ending into e vowel for all verb groups. check the following:

Izenkei
group 1 (godan doushi)
kae
wakare
mate
hanase
kake
oyoge
shine
nome
tobe
group 2 (ichidan doushi)
tabere
mire
group 3 (fukisoku doushi)
sure
kure

And the last, Meireikei, this form is a bit similar to izenkei, to conjugate a verb into meireikei, for group 1 verbs change the ending into e vowel, for group 2 verbs or ichidan doushi chop off the ru ending and replace ro, and for group 3 verbs, suru become shiro and kuru become koi.

Meireikei
group 1 (godan doushi)
kae
wakare
mate
hanase
kake
oyoge
shine
nome
tobe
group 2 (ichidan doushi)
tabero
miro
group 3 (fukisoku doushi)
shiro
koi

There you have it. The 5 primary forms of verb conjugation. Learn the differences of all these conjugations and you're path to learning grammar patterns becomes infinitely easier. Ok, I will be back guys, see you tomorrow, oyasumi^^.

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