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I Want to… I Really Do, But How Do I Say I Want to in Japanese?

Basic Japanese grammar lesson: Using ~たい ~tai--to want to... Adding ~tai adds the "want to" meaning. This is formed by finding the ~masu form and adding ~tai. For example: To eat → to want to eat: 食べる → 食べます → 食べ+たい → 食べたい taberu → tabemasu → tabe+tai  →  tabetaiTo...

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