"if" in japanese こんにちは, when do I put "もし" at the beginning of a conditional sentence? I've seen many cases without "もし", so I was wondering if there's a certain pattern or system how to use it. Thanks in advance.
Nov 3, 2018 5:23 PM
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Hi Mike, もし is not necessary, you can omit it. For example : もし時間があったら映画館へ行きます = 時間があったら映画館へ行きます。
November 3, 2018
Hi! もし can be omitted either ways if you use or express a conditional statement. Example: "If you have time, let's go to the movies" --> もし時間があったら映画館へ行きましょう。/ Or omit もし:時間があったら映画館へ行きましょう。
November 4, 2018
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