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~つもりだ/つもりです

Usage:

Dictionary Form of Verb + つもりだ/つもりです
Negative Form of Verb + つもりだ/つもりです


Meaning:

「Dictionary Form of Verb + つもりだ/つもりです」means “be going to…”, “plan to…”.
「Negative Form of Verb + つもりだ/つもりです」means “not going to…”.

Note:
「〜つもりです」 is the polite form of 「〜つもりだ」.

Examples:

かれあるつもりだ
He plans to walk.

そこへつもりだ
I plan to go there.

彼女かのじょきゅうこんするつもりだ
I’m going to propose to her.

ボストンにもどつもりだ
I’m going to go back to Boston.

ちちらいしゅう海外かいがいつもりだ
My father plans to go overseas next week.

トムはソファでつもりだ
Tom is going to sleep on the sofa.

かれらいしゅうてんしゃつもりだ
He is going to buy a new bicycle next week.

わたしはこれじょうまんしないつもりだ
I’m not going to take it anymore.

わたしとうきょうかないつもりです
I’m not going to Tokyo.

わたし新車しんしゃつもりです
I’m going to buy a new car.

わたし都市としつもりです
I plan to stay in the city.
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2 thoughts on “~つもりだ/つもりです

  1. May I ask something?
    I ever heard a line in Anime that said “Kasu tsumori wa nai”. Is it different from “Kasanai tsumori da/desu” ? If so , can someone please explain the difference to me?

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      They are the same.

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