Look at you, conjugating verbs and everything. Just a few more lessons and we’ll finally be able to say something other than “A is B”. How exciting.
見る = みる = to see
I See What You Did There
Blue: The easiest verbs to make polite are the ones that end in an “iru” or “eru” sound.
Blue: The “ru” has to be る but the “i” and “e” can be part of another symbol like み or け.
Blue: To make these verbs polite all you have to do is replace the る with ます.
Yellow: I think I can handle that.
Blue: Here’s an example: みる becomes みます.
Yellow: I see.
Blue: That’s one possible translation.
Yellow: Translation of 何?
Blue: No, a translation of 見ます.
Yellow: What’s a 見ます?