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Conjugations for 楽しければ

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[たの()····]
tanoshikereba
i adjective

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Provisional Present Indicative Form
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tanoshikereba

English Meaning(s) for 楽しければ

i adjective
  1. enjoyable; fun; pleasant; happy; delightful
* Please note, you are viewing the Japanese readings in the provisional present indicative form, while the english meanings are based on the dictionary form.

Definition and Synonyms for 楽しければ

Joy the emotion of great happiness
Synonyms: ジョイ, 喜び, 喜ぶ, 嬉しい, 悦楽, 愉悦, 愉楽, 楽しい,
Entertaining agreeably diverting
Synonyms: おかしい, 楽しい, 面白い
Merry offering fun and gaiety
Synonyms: 楽しい, 楽しげ, 賑やか, 面白い
Happy enjoying or showing or marked by joy or pleasure
Synonyms: ハッピー, 喜ばしい, 大喜び, 嬉しい, 幸せ, 幸福, 明るい, 楽しい, 楽しげ, ご機嫌
Pleasant affording pleasure
Synonyms: いい, いい, 嬉しい, 心地よい, 快い, 快適, 愉快, 楽しい, 楽しげ, 気持ち良い, 良い, 麗しい
Gratifying affording satisfaction or pleasure
Synonyms: 喜ばしい, 愉快, 楽しい, 満足, 痛快, 面白い
Delicious greatly pleasing or entertaining
Synonyms: おもろい, 喜ばしい, 小気味良い, 愉快, 楽しい, 面白い
Good capable of pleasing
Synonyms: 楽しい
Deliciously in a very pleasurable manner
Synonyms: 楽しい
Delightfully in a delightful manner
Synonyms: 楽しい
Mirthfully in a joyous manner
Synonyms: いそいそ, 楽しい
Agreeably in an enjoyable manner
Synonyms: 楽しい
Pleasance a fundamental feeling that is hard to define but that people desire to experience
Synonyms: 喜び, 喜ぶ, 大喜び, , 快い, 快味, 悦楽, 愉楽, 楽しい, , 歓喜, 歓楽
Pleasant being in harmony with your taste or likings
Synonyms: いい, いい, 嬉しい, 心地よい, 快い, 快適, 愉快, 楽しい, 楽しげ, 気持ち良い, 良い, 麗しい

Meanings for each kanji in 楽しければ

music; comfort; ease Kanji Details »

Categories 楽しければ is a member of

Emotion any strong feeling
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Feeling the experiencing of affective and emotional states
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Stroke Order Diagrams for 楽しければ

Conjugations for 楽しければ

Adjective stem
[たの()·]
tanoshi
te-form
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tanoshikute
Negative te-form
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tanoshikunakute
Adverbial Form
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tanoshiku
Plain Form
Present Indicative Form
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tanoshii
Present Indicative Negative Form
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tanoshikunai
Past Indicative Form
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tanoshikatta
Past Indicative Negative Form
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tanoshikunakatta
Provisional Form
Present Indicative Form
[たの()····]
tanoshikereba
Present Indicative Negative Form
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tanoshikunakereba
Present Indicative Negative Colloquial Form
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tanoshikunakya
Conditional Form
Present Indicative Form
[たの()·····]
tanoshikattara
Present Indicative Negative Form
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tanoshikunakattara
Nominalized Form
Objective Form
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tanoshisa

Sample Sentences for 楽しければ

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Comments for 楽しければ

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It's a very thoughfully constructed site, where one finds conjugation, sentence examples, pronounciation and kanji all in one place.

#8 Posted by TaJaCon over 3 years ago
Thank you so much.
#7 Posted by Mai_Kinoko over 3 years ago

The meanings are pretty consistent with the English translations.  楽しい means fun and enjoyable, 嬉しい means happy glad.

They are both reflect positive emotions, so are similar in meaning, but 嬉しい is the positive emotion based on the results of something happening, while 楽しい is the positive feeling you get when your are doing something.

試験に合格してうれしい。
I'm happy I passed the exam.

遊園地で遊ぶのは楽しいよ。
Playing at the amusement park is fun.

#6 Posted by flint over 3 years ago
I'd to know of anyone can explain it clearly about the usage different between 楽しい and 嬉しい. I mean I'm gonna write a report about them so I'm need for some help urgency. Thank you so much.
#5 Posted by Mai_Kinoko over 3 years ago

tenshichan wrote today at 3:28 AM

It would be great if you showed how you pronounce it too, instead of just audio :)

Hmm, only if spoken differently (saw/heard a lot of examples here), otherwise the kana should suffice ??

#4 Posted by OpaPeter over 6 years ago


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