Japanese “ru” verb practise

I’ve been doing my best to put aside some Japanese study time from time to time, because as I said in my post about wanting to conquer the Japanese Language I have been at the same level for over a year now and now that I’ve started looking over some stuff I am now convinced that I have regressed further than I thought. Continuing on from my post about Japanese “u” verbs I present a post about “ru” verbs giving examples and a few basic sentences.

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The verbs will be written in example sentences in conversational or “masu” form: Positive present tense, past present tense, positive past tense and negative past tense. Please note that Japanese does not have future tense.

たべる – to eat
ねる – to sleep
かける – to call

いま わたしは あさごはん を たべます。
I am having breakfast now.

きのう わたしは すし を たべました。
Yesterday I ate sushi.

あした あなたは あさごはん を たべません。
Tomorrow I will not eat breakfast.

きのう とふ を たべませんでした。
Yesterday I did not eat tofu.

[shame]

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