Conditional Form

Form: verb and adjective
Form: verb and adjective
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On this page, you can learn how to make Conditional Form, or ばForm.

Verb Conditional Form: Positive

You don’t need to worry about Japanese verb groups to make Verb Conditional Positive Form.

The following rule is applied to all verbs.

Change the last symbol from ‘u’ sound to ‘e’ sound.

Then, add ば at the end.

Example

  • すれ(if do)
  • たべれ(if eat)
  • のめ(if drink)

Verb Conditional Form: Negative

なForm + ければ

Example

  • しなければ(if not do)
  • たべなければ(if not eat)
  • のまなければ(if not drink)

いadjective Conditional Form: Positive

いadj. Plain Present Positive Form without い + ければ

Example

  • あつければ(if hot)

いadjective Conditional Form: Negative

いadj. Plain Present Negative Form without い + ければ

Example

  • あつくなければ(if not hot)

なadjective Conditional Form: Positive

Example

  • しずかならば(if quiet)

なadjective Conditional Form: Negative

なadj. Plain Present Negative Form without い + ければ

Example

  • しずかじゃなければ(if not quiet)
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