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How do I say "I want to be" in japanese? I know that for "i want to.." when using verbs you just have to replace the last syllable to -tai, turning it into an -i adjective (ex: 食べたい, tabetai) But since "desu" is mostly a politeness sufix, not a real verb, this rule wouldn't apply to it. How can I say it then?
Sep 11, 2008 1:25 PM
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~になりたい It means, "I want to become ~"
September 11, 2008
hmm...I'sorry. I can't understand English only a littel. ex: I want to eat cake(私は ケーキが 食べたい です。/watasiha ke-kiga tabetai desu) I want to watch TV(私は テレビが 見たい です。/watasiha terebiga mitai desu)
September 11, 2008
すいません回答に自信がなくなってきました・・・ どなたか分かる方教えてあげてください;^^
September 11, 2008
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