Verb Course

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Verb Course

Conditional Form

In this lesson,I will teach you how to convert Japanese verbs to Conditional Form.


How to change Japanese verbs to Conditional Form?

type-one verb:change to u-hiragana to e-hiragana in the same column,and add ば.
For example,う→えば

type-two verb:change the る in the end to れば .
For example,べる→べれば

type-three verb: change the する in the end to すれば.
For example, べんきょうする→べんきょうすれば

irregular verb:check out the table below

Note:

If you want to change the Conditional Form to Negative Conditional Form, you can change it as below.
(Just change the Dictionary Form to Negative Form, and change the い in the end to ければ)

う→会わない→会わなければ

べる→食べない→食べなければ

べんきょうする→勉強しない→勉強しなければ

る→ない→なければ

する→しない→しなければ

Examples:

ExampleReadingConditional Form
会うあう会えば
行くいく行けば
嗅ぐかぐ嗅げば
押すおす押せば
打つうつ打てば
死ぬしぬ死ねば
呼ぶよぶ呼べば
飲むのむ飲めば
やるやるやれば
食べるたべる食べれば
勉強するべんきょうする勉強すれば
するするすれば
来るくる来れば

Example Sentences:

できればほんきたいです。
I want to go to Japan if I can do it.

もんえばりがない。
Once the complaining starts, it never ends.

てんければくよ。
If the weather is good, I’ll go.
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4 thoughts on “Conditional Form

  1. Is there a negative version of the conditional form?

    Thank you : )

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      Yes, I have added it for you.

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  2. Are other forms of conditional explained later?
    I mean :
    な ら (ば)
    た ら

    and use with adjectives ….

    Thank You

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      Yes!

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