Learn JLPT N3 Kanji

Meaning of 忘

forget

Onyomi

ボウ
bou

Kunyomi

わす(れる)
wasu(reru)

Learn Japanese kanji: (ボウ / わす(れる)) – Meaning: forget.

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Example #1

しまった!かぎをわすれた!
shimatta! kagi wo wasureta!
Dang it, I forgot my key!
Example #2

わたしはひとのなまえをよくわすれるんだ。
watashi wa hito no namae wo yoku wasureru nda.
I have a bad memory for people's names.
Example #3

このひをわすれません。
kono hi wo wasuremasen.
I will not forget this day.
Example #4

わたしはあなたのしんせつはわすれません。
watashi wa anata no shinsetsu wa wasuremasen.
I will not forget your kindness.
Example #5

らいしゅうのぼうねんかいにきますか?
raishuu no bounenkai ni kimasu ka?
Are you coming to the end of year party next week?

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