JLPT N3 Grammar (au)


do something together

How to use

Verb ます (stem form)合う
au 合う あう jlpt n3 grammar meaning 文法 例文 japanese flashcards

Learn Japanese grammar: 【あう】(au). Meaning: do something together.

This verb is connected at the end of another verb to express that action is being done together with someone else.

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- Example Sentences

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Example #1

watashi tachi wa sono ken ni tsuite hanashi aimashou.
Let's discuss together regarding that matter.
Example #2

futari wa aishiatteiru.
Those 2 are in love with each other.
Example #3

chiimu da kara, komatta toki wa tasukeai mashou.
We are a team so whenever someone is in trouble, let's help each other!
Example #4

watashi tachi wa otagai ni tasuke au beki da.
We should help each other.
Example #5

kanojo wa nakama to umaku tsukiatte iru.
She gets along well with her peers.
Example #6

kono purojekuto ga kansei shitara, yukkuri yasumeru kara ganbari aimashou!
Once this projects is finished we can rest easy, so let's work hard together to finish!
Example #7

mondai ga okita toki wa, dou subeki ka minna de hanashi aimashou.
Let's discuss together with everyone on what we should do when a problem occurs.
Example #8

sono futari wa itsumo kisoi atteiru.
Those 2 are always competing with each other.
Example #9

tonari no hito to soudan shi atte kotae o kangaete kudasai.
Discuss with the person next to you and think about the answer.

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