It depends on what you mean by "will". If you mean the noun will, then it's ishi (意志). If you mean the will that indicates future tense in English, then there isn't one.… The normal present tense form of the verb can mean "subject verbs" and it can mean "subject will verb". Whether the verb is present or future is indicated by context. Some sentence endings always indicate future, others do only sometimes. One ending that almost always means indicates future tense is deshou (でしょう), not to mention it's plain equivalent darou (だろう). Deshou meant originally something like would or shall, but is now used mostly like probably. In modern Japanese, when deshou follows a plain verb (that is, when it's not used as the main verb), it means that the verb should be taken to be future tense, since you can't make definite statements about the future, which is unknowable (at least, that's the simple reason). Another way to indicate the future tense is to use a verb conjugation that is similar to deshou, the -mashou form (or the equivalent plain verb -ou/-you form). That from usually means "let's verb", but in questions means "shall we verb?". It can also mean shall, but the use is very archaic and authoratative sounding. Long story short: option 1) do nothing, just use the verb option 2) add deshou option 3) use the extremely formal -mashou form (MORE)
'soshite' or 'to' Let's put it this way. If you wanted to say 'I like Coke and Pepsi', you would use 'to'. Same for, 'this and that'. But, if you were in a sentence ta…ht starts like 'Also, I-....', you use soshite. Or, in the instance 'I did this and so, this happened', you use soshite. 'To' is just to say this and this. 'Soshite' is used, otherwise.(MORE)
It changes the sounds of "letter" in Japanese They do not really have letters, they have sound like ha ka and te ha with " after it (ha") changes it to ba ka with " afte…r it (ka") changes it to ga te with " after it (te") changes it to de If you want to learn more about the Japanese language or you do not understand my answer, this website may help you out. www.thejapanesepage.com(MORE)
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A toilet is a plumbing fixture that is generally located in a bathroom. It is also known as a water closet and a loo. A toilet is used when one has to either… urinate or pass waste, cleanly and hygienically. A toilet comes in various shapes and sizes and has many ways in which to flush it. Due to the high volume of vandalisim to this question. It has been locked and protected. If you would like to add some information of value please contact the plumbing supervisor. A toilet is a large basin used for urinating and defecating. In industrialized nations, a toilet is connected to a sewage system and is equipped with a handle for flushing the waste. (MORE)
There are many words for "You" in Japanese depending on the manner of which you choose to speak. Anataあなた: Used mostly between those who are very close, like… siblings or friends, and generally by girls.(MORE)