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[およ()·]
oyogu
godan verb, intransitive verb

Alternate Written Forms:

[およ()·]
oyogu

English Meaning(s) for 泳ぐ

godan verb, intransitive verb
  1. to swim

Definition and Synonyms for 泳ぐ

Swimming the act of swimming
Synonyms: スイミング, スウィミング, 水泳, 水練, 泳ぎ, 泳ぐ, 遊泳
Swim move as if gliding through water
Synonyms: 泳ぐ
Swim travel through water
Synonyms: 水泳, 水浴び, 泳ぐ, 遊泳

Meanings for each kanji in 泳ぐ

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Categories 泳ぐ is a member of

Go change location
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Aquatics sports that involve bodies of water
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Stroke Order Diagrams for 泳ぐ

Conjugations for 泳ぐ

masu stem
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oyogi
Negative stem
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oyoga
te-form
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oyoide
Negative te-form
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oyoganakute
Plain Form
Present Indicative Form
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oyogu
Present Indicative Negative Form
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oyoganai
Past Indicative Form
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oyoida
Past Indicative Negative Form
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oyoganakatta
Presumptive Form
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oyogou
Polite Form
Present Indicative Form
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oyogimasu
Present Indicative Negative Form
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oyogimasen
Past Indicative Form
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oyogimashita
Past Indicative Negative Form
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oyogimasendeshita
Presumptive Form
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oyogimashou
Tai Form
Present Indicative Form
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oyogitai
Present Indicative Negative Form
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oyogitakunai
Past Indicative Form
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oyogitakatta
Past Indicative Negative Form
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oyogitakunakatta
te-form
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oyogitakute
Negative te-form
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oyogitakunakute
Adverbial Form
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oyogitaku
Imperative Plain Form
Present Indicative Form
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oyoge
Imperative Polite Form
Present Indicative Form
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oyoginasai
Provisional Form
Present Indicative Form
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oyogeba
Present Indicative Negative Form
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oyoganakereba
Conditional Form
Present Indicative Form
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oyoidara
Present Indicative Negative Form
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oyoganakattara
Alternative Form
Present Indicative Form
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oyoidari
Potential Plain Form
Present Indicative Form
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oyogeru
Present Indicative Negative Form
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oyogenai
Past Indicative Form
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oyogeta
Past Indicative Negative Form
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oyogenakatta
te-form
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oyogete
Negative te-form
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oyogenakute
Potential Polite Form
Present Indicative Form
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oyogemasu
Present Indicative Negative Form
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oyogemasen
Past Indicative Form
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oyogemashita
Past Indicative Negative Form
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oyogemasendeshita
Passive Plain Form
Present Indicative Form
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oyogareru
Present Indicative Negative Form
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oyogarenai
Past Indicative Form
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oyogareta
Past Indicative Negative Form
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oyogarenakatta
te-form
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oyogarete
Negative te-form
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oyogarenakute
Passive Polite Form
Present Indicative Form
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oyogaremasu
Present Indicative Negative Form
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oyogaremasen
Past Indicative Form
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oyogaremashita
Past Indicative Negative Form
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oyogaremasendeshita
Causative Plain Form
Present Indicative Form
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oyogaseru
Present Indicative Negative Form
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oyogasenai
Past Indicative Form
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oyogaseta
Past Indicative Negative Form
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oyogasenakatta
te-form
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oyogasete
Negative te-form
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oyogasenakute
Causative Polite Form
Present Indicative Form
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oyogasemasu
Present Indicative Negative Form
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oyogasemasen
Past Indicative Form
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oyogasemashita
Past Indicative Negative Form
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oyogasemasendeshita
Causative Passive Plain Form
Present Indicative Form
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oyogasareru
Present Indicative Negative Form
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oyogasarenai
Past Indicative Form
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oyogasareta
Past Indicative Negative Form
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oyogasarenakatta
te-form
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oyogasarete
Negative te-form
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oyogasarenakute
Causative Passive Polite Form
Present Indicative Form
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oyogasaremasu
Present Indicative Negative Form
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oyogasaremasen
Past Indicative Form
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oyogasaremashita
Past Indicative Negative Form
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oyogasaremasendeshita
Colloquial Form
Present Indicative Negative Masculine Form
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oyogan
Formal Form
Present Indicative Negative Form
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oyogazu
Classical Form
Present Indicative Negative Form
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oyoganu

Sample Sentences for 泳ぐ

I think it's dangerous to swim in that river.
Surprisingly, he swims even on cold days.
He cannot swim.
I can swim very fast.
She swims well.

Comments for 泳ぐ

If you have any questions about this entry, or would like to write a sample sentence using the vocabulary, please do so below. Your comment will appear in the forum for other users of the site to view and discuss.

Trying to understand the way to make sentences in Polite form and plain form, I have taken just a sentence and following my logic made following table...

Could you just say me if that is correct? may I follow same logic for all verbs?

to make a sentence in plain form just change verbal  but basic structure keep the same?

Sentence in english:      I read newspaper every day.

Polite Form:   
Present Indicative                読みます                yomimasu                   私は毎日新聞を読みます。
Present Indicative Negative 読みません            yomimasen                 私は毎日新聞を読みません。
Past Indicative                     読みました             yomimashita                私は毎日新聞を読みました。
Past Indicative Negative      読みませんでした  yomimasendeshita      私は毎日新聞を読みませんでした。
Presumptive                        読みましょう           yomimashou                私は毎日新聞を読みましょう。
 

Plain Form:   
Present Indicative                    読む                 yomu                          私は毎日新聞を読む。
Present Indicative Negative     読まない          yomanai                     私は毎日新聞を読みまない。
Past Indicative                          読んだ             yonda                        私は毎日新聞を読んだ。
Past Indicative Negative           読まなかった   yomanakatta              私は毎日新聞を読みまなかった。
Presumptive                             読もう              yomou                        私は毎日新聞を読もう。
 

Thanks in advance!!!

 

 

#2 Posted by Ricardo.mendez over 6 years ago

During the last months I have been studying and memorizing verbal, adjectival, nouns, etc and also to learn kanjis...

looking for the emotion when challenges are improved, I have been trying to read articles an newspapers. magazines and even in your examples, but just realized I am too far to understand japanese because I found the "polite forms" i have studied until now, do not appear often but so called Te form, or Tai form .. and other conjugations forms I had no considered/studied...

well... I will start coming back on each learnt verb to also learn these new forms...

 

but.... I don't find when is expected to be used Tai form or Te form....could you guide me to some lesson or book where I can understand about uses of differentes ones?

 

regards

#1 Posted by Ricardo.mendez over 6 years ago


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