Why would miru conjugate to miteimasukara?
(Sorry for writing this in roman letters)
So the sentence is: Teribi wo kesanaidekudasai. Nyuusu wo miteimasukara
Why do we change it from Miru to miteimasukara?
- PontusLv 72 months agoFavorite Answer
A. terebi (not teribi).
B. Sentence #1 = Please don't turn off the TV.
C. #2 = Because we're watching the news.
D. miru = see / sees / will see (watch / watches/ will watch)
mite iru = am/is/are seeing/watching. That's in plain form.
mite imasu - is the normal form of mite iru.
kara = because. It ends the clause, instead of beginning it like English does.
nyuusu = news (English word, transliterated to Japanese, just like terebi).
wo = direct object.
mite imasu = (we/they/I/he/she etc) are/am/is watching
kara = because.
Note that in spoken Japanese mite imasu is often shortened to mitemasu.
mite imasu specifies that we/they etc are watching the news right now.Source(s): intermediate Japanese.
- Anonymous2 months ago
No. There's no "conjugate to."