いらっしゃる [irassharu] (to go) conjugation

Japanese
10 examples
This verb follows the irregular conjugation pattern. This verb can also mean the following: come

Conjugation of eiti

私/俺
Present informal tense
いらっしゃる
irassharu
I go
Present informal negative tense
いらっしゃらない
irassharanai
I don't go
Present formal tense
いらっしゃいます
irasshaimasu
I go
Present formal negative tense
いらっしゃいません
irasshaimasen
I do not go
私/俺
Past informal tense
いらっしゃった
irasshatta
I went
Past informal negative tense
いらっしゃらなかった
irassharanakatta
I didn't go
Past formal tense
いらっしゃいました
irasshaimashita
I go
Past formal negative tense
いらっしゃいませんでした
irasshaimasen deshita
I did not go
私/俺
Imperative informal mood
いらっしゃい
irasshai
go
Imperative negative mood
いらっしゃるな
irassharu na
don't go
Imperative formal mood
いらっしゃってください
irasshatte kudasai
please go
Imperative formal negative mood
いらっしゃらないでください
irassharanai dekudasai
please do not go
私/俺
Te form - conjunctive stem
いらっしゃって
irasshatte
go
Passive stem
いらっしゃられる
irassharareru
went
Hypothetical tense
いらっしゃれ
irasshare
if I went
Hypothetical conditional stem
いらっしゃれば
irasshareba
went
私/俺
Volitional stem
いらっしゃろう
irassharō
will go
Potential stem
いらっしゃれる
irasshareru
went
Continuative stem
いらっしゃい
irasshai
going
Causative stem
いらっしゃらせる
irassharaseru
allow to go
私/俺
Imperfective stem
いらっしゃら
irasshara
go

Examples of いらっしゃる

Example in JapaneseTranslation in English
事業は多種に及んで いらっしゃるI'm aware that you have multiple businesses.
ゾンビ戦争のヒーローだけでなく ゾンコム警備のエキスパートでも いらっしゃいます ボトムさんは私たちの 新しい父親ですWillard's new head of security at Zomcon, who is not only a decorated hero of the Zombie Wars, but is also Zomcon's official safety expert.
してくれる方は いらっしゃいます?I'll come tomorrow morning, if that's acceptable to you.
ゾンコムでウィラードの 新しい警備主任で ゾンビ戦争のヒーローだけでなく ゾンコム警備のエキスパートでも いらっしゃいますWillard's new head of security at Zomcon, who is not only a decorated hero of the Zombie Wars, but is also Zomcon's official safety expert.
してくれる方は いらっしゃいます? ああIs someone able to provide reasonable care and nourishment for the boy until that time?
〈気分の悪いお客様が いらっしゃいます〉Ladies and gentlemen, we have a passenger who's having a hard time.
いらっしゃったDo you remember this rainbow? They're here.
いらっしゃいCome here, Jack!
-こんばんは -やあ いらっしゃいCome on in. Door's open. I'm holding you so tight
いらっしゃい ぼうや- Come on, sweetie.

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