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Lesson 2: I sometimes do something/ I sometimes don’t do something

How to say ” I sometimes do something/ I sometimes don’t do something” in Japanese?

Dictionary Form of Verb + ことがあります

Negative Form of Verb + ことがあります

 

Example:

学校がっこうちかいので、ときどき転車てんしゃくことがあります。

The school is near from my house,so I sometimes go to school by bike.

 

Note:

This is used when one wants to say that something doesn’t happen all the time, but happens or is done sometimes.
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4 thoughts on “Lesson 2: I sometimes do something/ I sometimes don’t do something

  1. I love this…

    I am just kind of confused a bit, since I know there is a similar grammar form for things you have done\experienced in the past…
    Formation is same Verb+Casual past った、た、んだ+ことがある or negative ことがない

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  2. Sorry, don’t understand. Why it states Vる ことがあります 但係例子係 行くことがあります
    Vる點變行く的?

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  3. Sorry, don’t understand. Why it states Vる ことがあります while the example is 行くことがあります
    How Vる becomes 行く?

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      Vる here means Dictionary Form, I changed it already in order to avoid misunderstanding.

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