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Conjugation of Regular Verbs.

Potential Mood.

Present Tense.

Watakusi wa ik-emasu, I can go. Watakusi domo wa ik-emasu, we can go.
Anata wa ik-emasu, you can go. Anatagata wa ik-emasu, you can go.
Are wa ik-emasu, he can go. Arera wa ik-emasu, they can go.

Past Tense.

Watakui wa ik-emasita, I could go. Watakusi domo wa ik-emasita, we could go.
Anata wa ik-emasita, you could go. Anatagata wa ik-emasita, you could go.
Are wa ik-emasita, he could go. Arera wa ik-emasita, they could go.

Future Tense.

Watakusi wa ik-emasho, I shall be able to go. Watakusi domo wa ik-emasho, we shall be able to go.
Anata wa ik-emasho, you will be able to go. Anatagata wa ik-emasho, you will be able to go.
Are wa ik-emasho, he will be able to go. Arera wa ik-emasho, they will be able to go.

Subjunctive Mood.

Present Tense.

Mosi watakusi ga ik-imasu nara, if I go. Most watakusi domo ga ik-imasu nara, if we go.
Mosi anata ga ik-imasu nara, if you go. Mosi anatagata ga ik-imasu nara, if you go.
Mosi are ga ik-imasu nara, if he or she go. Mosi arera ga ik-imasu nara, if they go.