How to say I'm doing Japanese homework? I have learned these words. Ｉ= わたし Japanese = にほんご of = の homework = しゅくだい. However, I don't know how to say "am doing" in Japanese. Please help me! :) Thanks in advance. \\^_^//
Oct 13, 2012 10:41 AM
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Answer: わたしはにほんごのしゅくだいをしている。（＝私は、日本語の宿題をしている。） do = する am doing = している (present tense) done = した（past tense)
October 13, 2012
am doing = present continuous in the first person : ～ている、～でいる I am writing my answer to the question. 私は、質問に対する答えを書い「ている」 I am swimming now. 私は今泳い「でいる」
October 14, 2012
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