JLPT N4 Grammar (irassharu)


to be; to come; to go (polite version)

How to use

いる (changes to)
来る (changes to)
行く (changes to)
Verb (て form)+ いらっしゃる
irassharu いらっしゃる いらっしゃる jlpt n4 grammar meaning 文法 例文 japanese flashcards

Learn Japanese grammar: (irassharu). Meaning: to be; to come; to go.

This is the more polite version of いる, 来る, 行く, and can take on either of these meanings.

It can be conjugated to various forms like a regular verb.

  • formal positive: いらっしゃいます
  • formal negative: いらっしゃいません

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Example #1

shitsumon no aru kata wa irasshaimasen ka.
Does anyone have any questions?
Example #2

kouchou sensei wa toshokan ni irasshaimasu.
The headmaster is in the library.
Example #3

watashitachi to isshoni irasshaimasen ka?
Wouldn't you like to come with us?
Example #4

sensei, nanji made gakkou ni irasshaimasu ka.
Teacher, until what time will you remain at school?
Example #5

sensei wa anata o shinjite irassharu.
Our teacher believes in you.
Example #6

ashita no paatii ni irasshaimasu ka.
Will you go to the party tomorrow?
Example #7

kono densha no naka ni oisha san wa irasshaimasu ka?
Is there a doctor in this train?
Example #8

moushiwake gozaimasen. chotto uketsuke made irasshatte kudasai.
I’m really sorry. Please go to the reception desk.

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