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By Japaneseammo | Last updated: Apr 7, 2017
| Total Attempts: 68
If you don't know kanji yet, you can also answer the questions all in ひらがな. DO NOT put "私は（わたしは)" when answering. When it says informally, use "なきゃ (most common)" or "なくちゃ (a bit feminine / less urgent)" or "ないと" without "いけない". When it says formally, use "なければいけません (most common)" or "なきゃいけません (semi-formal)" or "なければなりません".
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How do you say "have to eat" informally?
Translate :Tomorrow I have to wake up early.= 明日早く [Blank].（あした はやく ______）Informally or formally.
Translate : I have to study. (formally)*DO NOT put the を particle.*
Translate : I have to practice. (infromally)
I have to go home. (informally)
Translate:I have to buy new shoes. (informally)[Blank]を[Blank]。*For "new shoes", write without a space. (e.g. かわいいねこ = cute cat)
Translate:I have to sing in front of everyone. (informally)みんなの[Blank]、[Blank].
Translate:I have to wait for my friend.友達を [Blank]。 (informally)ともだちをhave to wait.
Translate:I have to tell (say) my mum. (informally)お母さんに[Blank].おかあさん に have to say.
Conjugate the following verbs into "なきゃ" form.捨てる（すてる） → have to [Blank] (throw away)見つける（みつける） → have to [Blank] (find)立つ（たつ） → have to [Blank] (stand)会う（あう） → have to [Blank] (meet)送る（おくる） → have to [Blank] (send)
Are you having a hard time deciding what to have for dinner? Is it a special occasion tonight? How much time do you want to spend cleaning up? All of these factors come into play when deciding what to have for dinner. Take this...
Questions: 10 | Attempts: 111 | Last updated: Feb 9, 2016
How much effort do you feel like putting in to make dinner tonight?