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ikimasu

いきます

meaning
• to do

notes
• 动词『とすぐ』除了表示到某处去以外,还能表示「着手干」「进行」「进展」等含义。

examples
1. (写真を撮る)いいですか、じゃ、いきますよ。 (拍照) (好了吗?那,拍了啊。)
2. じゃ、次の問題に行きましょうか。 (那么,进行下一个问题吧。)
3. 仕事は考えたほどうまくいきませんでした。 (工作不如想像的那么顺利。)
4. はい、(机の端に手をかけて)いいですか。いきますよ。

extra words
端 (はし) = end, edge, tip, margin, point

5 Comments leave one →
  1. January 20, 2012 12:14 am

    you do know that “ikimasu” (actually “iku”) means “to go”, not “to do”, right?

    • Squire Starsquid permalink*
      January 20, 2012 12:19 am

      and you do know that the literal meaning changes to ‘to do’ depending on the context right?

    • ケイリーたん permalink
      June 4, 2012 4:53 pm

      「行く」means “to go” and「いく」means “to do”. the only difference is the kanji. the second meaning is just kana.

    • Yuu permalink
      October 17, 2012 10:35 am

      Study hard.

      • Fern permalink
        November 28, 2013 8:36 pm

        Wow. This was in the end quite a useful discussion. I had no idea about this either.

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