Grammar

VCONJ + NI IKU / NI KURU (に行く / に来る)


The structure “Verb (conjunctive base) + NI + IKU / KURU (行く/来る)”, or any other motion verb, is used to indicate the purpose of a movement. As a reminder, IKU (行く) means “to go,” and KURU (来る) means “to come.”

The verb that precedes the motion verb thus indicates the action you want to perform and for which you are moving.

“Verb (conjunctive base) + に + 行く” means “to go and do (something).”

今晩(こんばん)映画(えいが)()()きましょう
Konban eiga o mi ni ikimashou.
Let’s go and see a film this evening.

明日(あした)(ちち)一緒(いっしょ)(みずうみ)()()きます
Ashita wa, chichi to isshoni mizuumi ni tsuri o shi ni ikimasu.
Tomorrow, I’ll go fishing at the lake with my father.

“Verb (conjunctive base) + に + 来る” means “to come and do (something).”

花子(はなこ)日本(にほん)から(わたし)()()
Hanako wa nihon kara watashi ni ai ni kita.
Hanako came from Japan to meet me.

6時(ろくじ)(むか)()
Rokuji ni mukae ni kite ne.
Come and take me at 6 o’clock.


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