帰る [kaeru] (to go home) conjugation

Japanese
48 examples
This verb follows the godan conjugation pattern. This verb can also mean the following: return

Conjugation of eiti

私/俺
Present informal tense
帰る
kaeru
I go home
Present informal negative tense
帰らない
kaeranai
I don't go home
Present formal tense
帰ります
kaerimasu
I go home
Present formal negative tense
帰りません
kaerimasen
I do not go home
私/俺
Past informal tense
帰った
kaetta
I went home
Past informal negative tense
帰らなかった
kaeranakatta
I didn't go home
Past formal tense
帰りました
kaerimashita
I go home
Past formal negative tense
帰りませんでした
kaerimasen deshita
I did not go home
私/俺
Imperative informal mood
帰れ
kaere
go home
Imperative negative mood
帰るな
kaeru na
don't go home
Imperative formal mood
帰ってください
kaette kudasai
please go home
Imperative formal negative mood
帰らないでください
kaeranai dekudasai
please do not go home
私/俺
Te form - conjunctive stem
帰って
kaette
go home
Passive stem
帰られる
kaerareru
went home
Hypothetical tense
帰れ
kaere
if I went home
Hypothetical conditional stem
帰れば
kaereba
went home
私/俺
Volitional stem
帰ろう
kaerō
will go home
Potential stem
帰れる
kaereru
went home
Continuative stem
帰り
kaeri
going home
Causative stem
帰らせる
kaeraseru
allow to go home
私/俺
Imperfective stem
帰ら
kaera
go home

Examples of 帰る

Example in JapaneseTranslation in English
そしたら、帰る?And then, we can go home?
私 帰るI'm just exactly where I want to be.
帰るWe need to leave.
よし 帰る じゃ 又なAll right. Bisspater, alligator.
私 帰る!I'm going home!
だが 帰らない 私は大使館に協力を依頼したThey will supposed to return 10 days ago, but they never came back.
いいえ フランク 私 帰らないNo, Frank, I won't go.
- 私、帰らないI'm not leaving.
帰らないNo.
- 帰らないOh, I'm not going home.
先生 今日は授業をサボって 帰りますNo! Look, I'm going home. See, I'm cutting class right in front of you. 'Kay?
帰りますExcuse me.
帰ります 神父 息子よ!The freckle-faced one, Mary Grace, isn't that it?
すみません、帰ります。 その話を、警察にもう一度言ってくれExcuse me, i need to leave.
帰ります?Are you ready to go now?
帰ってきた! 帰った!/And then the long journey home began. They're back!
タンクレディーが、帰った。She just left--
帰った 帰ったGet out of here.
帰った?Hello?
少し待ってから 帰ったI waited for a few minutes,and I left.
帰ってNo, I have work to do.
帰って お願いだからGo away. Please, go away.
帰ってちょうだい お願い 帰ってPlease! Please. I asked you to leave.
帰れ 帰れ!It's dangerous. - We hear you. Now leave.
帰れ パーティーは終わりだGo home. The party's over.
帰れ 見つけて殺してやるからGo home. I'll come, I'll find you and I'll kill you.
帰れ- Just go away.
[ 帰れ ]You should go.
- じゃ 帰ればSo, go then.
子供達を救うために バスから ─ 助けずに急いで 帰れば ─ こんな風にならなかったと 後悔するよSometimes I wonder, if I knew how much I was going to be shunned, if I would have run back onto that burning school bus to save those children.
帰ればGo home.
帰れば?Why don't you go home?
- 銀行の金庫で一晩過ごすつもりは ない - じゃ 帰ればNot spending the night in a bank vault.
いないよ 帰ろうIt's late. He's probably gone. - He's not here.
言ったな! どうも 帰ろうPellit? Trust me, Pellit's name means nothing anymore. There it is.
私… 帰ろう…Hello, dear.
デクスター 帰ろう- Well, we haven't spoke to all the servants yet, so...
どうかしてる 帰ろうNow you're being a fool. I'm taking you out of here.
- 帰れる 家に帰れる- I can go home.
帰れる?You ready to go?
金持ちになって 帰れるYou return home as a rich man.
そう 帰れるThen you go home.
帰れるHey, Iisten, I gotta go.
あっそ じゃあ お姉ちゃん明日 帰り 遅くなっても平気でしょ?Then will you be fine if I come home late tomorrow?
かえって これまで以上に 充実してるぞIn fact, this whole thing has made me feel more alive than ever! You?
かえって それでいいんだNo, that's a good point.
ところがその音に気付いた女は 歩道に戻るどころか かえって 男を思いっきり トラックの前に突き飛ばしてるんですよShe heard it and pushed him in front of the truck.
きみ・・ かえれる・・・Y-y-you'll be o-kay.

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