JLPT N4 Grammar (yotei da)


plan to, intend to

How to use

Verb (dictionary form)予定だ
Noun + の
yotei da 予定だ よていだ jlpt n4 grammar meaning 文法 例文 japanese flashcards

Learn Japanese grammar: 【よていだ】(yoteida). Meaning: plan to, intend to.

This can be used in combination with either a Verb or Noun to express plans or intention to do something.

You can describe your own personal plans or the plans of someone else.

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Example #1

watashi wa deeto ni iku yotei da.
I'm going on a date.
Example #2

watashi wa tomodachi to asobu yotei datta.
I was planning to hang out with my friends.
Example #3

6 ji ni okiru yotei datta.
I planned to wake up at 6.
Example #4

7 gatsu no owari ni doitsu e shucchou suru yotei desu.
I am planning to go on a business trip to Germany in July.
Example #5

ryokou wa 1 shuukan gurai no yotei desu.
I'm planning to travel for about 1 week.
Example #6

raishuu ni chuugoku ni iku yotei desu.
I am planning to go to China next week.
Example #7

ashita no gogo ni shorui o okuru yotei desu.
I am planning to send the documents tomorrow afternoon.
Example #8

atarashii keitai o kau yotei desu.
I am planning to buy a new mobile phone.
Example #9

sotsugyou shiki wa 10 ji kara hajimaru yotei desu.
The graduation ceremony is scheduled to start from 10 am.

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