聞く [kiku] (to hear) conjugation

Japanese
39 examples
This verb follows the godan conjugation pattern. This verb can also mean the following: smell, listen, sniff, ask a question, ask

Conjugation of eiti

私/俺
Present informal tense
聞く
kiku
I hear
Present informal negative tense
聞かない
kikanai
I don't hear
Present formal tense
聞きます
kikimasu
I hear
Present formal negative tense
聞きません
kikimasen
I do not hear
私/俺
Past informal tense
聞いた
kiita
I heard
Past informal negative tense
聞かなかった
kikanakatta
I didn't hear
Past formal tense
聞きました
kikimashita
I hear
Past formal negative tense
聞きませんでした
kikimasen deshita
I did not hear
私/俺
Imperative informal mood
聞け
kike
hear
Imperative negative mood
聞くな
kiku na
don't hear
Imperative formal mood
聞いてください
kiite kudasai
please hear
Imperative formal negative mood
聞かないでください
kikanai dekudasai
please do not hear
私/俺
Te form - conjunctive stem
聞いて
kiite
hear
Passive stem
聞かれる
kikareru
heard
Hypothetical tense
聞け
kike
if I heard
Hypothetical conditional stem
聞けば
kikeba
heard
私/俺
Volitional stem
聞こう
kikō
will hear
Potential stem
聞ける
kikeru
heard
Continuative stem
聞き
kiki
hearing
Causative stem
聞かせる
kikaseru
allow to hear
私/俺
Imperfective stem
聞か
kika
hear

Examples of 聞く

Example in JapaneseTranslation in English
お前の名前が出た 1度だけ 聞くI kept hearing your name. Now, I'm going to ask you once.
後で本人から 直接 聞くOkay, yeah, I'll just have him download me on it later.
撃つな、聞く。Okay,okay,don't shoot,don't shoot.
ご存知の通り、私は心臓発作など深刻だ。 、番号1、私はできない... ...聞くYou'll learn it there.
You said あなた 言った he would never be heard from 彼 誰からも 聞かない とYou said he would never speak! You said he would never be heard from.
No one will ever hear from him again 誰も 彼から 聞かないNo one will ever hear from him again.
繰り返しは 聞かないYou kill him, you won't get the code.
いいや 聞かないNo, just dumb.
申し訳ないが、聞きますI'm sorry, I need to ask.
知ってる 聞いたI know. He told me.
聞いた 残念ねYeah.
聞いた- I'm not a highborn. - She called you Ser.
聞いた?See?
聞いて、クラリサが取っても問題ないわListen, it doesn't matter what Clarissa has done.
待った、聞いてWe got to get out of here! Wait.
聞いて、聞いてListen to me. Listen to me.
聞いて もう電話しないで下さいListen, do not transfer me again.
- 聞いて!Listen to me!
聞けListen up.
- 'カリンわかっている 聞け'- The Russians are likely to take... - 'Karin, I know! Listen to me!'
- ハンク 聞け- Hank, look.
ダニー、聞け!Donny, listen to me.
これから言う僕のアドバイスを 聞けば 君は怒る どういうこと? あんなバカと 結婚しちゃだめだdont ever marry that fool, excuse me he is not a human, he is just a price tag, price tag he'll embarrass you tellin all prices of different thing all your life, your life will be spoiled and your future will be finished,
消えた犯人を突き止められる じゃラローシュに 箱の中味を 聞けば?If we can solve the mystery of LaRoche's secret, it will lead us to the missing criminal.
彼女に電話して 何を話したか 聞けばHe's just gonna call her and ask her what she said.
じゃラローシュに 箱の中味を 聞けば?Why don't you just ask LaRoche what's in the box?
これから言う僕のアドバイスを 聞けば 君は怒るWhy would I do that?
聞こう。Let's just listen.
分かった 聞こうAll right. You heard him, guys.
聞こうSo i hear.
彼の主治医達は、彼が以前と同じようにものを見、聞き、味わうことはできるだろうと彼に告げた。His doctors told him that he would see, hear, and taste as before.
これからは地上で 生かしていく 間近に見 聞き かぐことに耐えるI want to transmute, to sustain a glance... a short shout, a sour smell.
本当だぞ ごまかし きかないIt's scary.
彼女がきたと、きいた。I heard that she came here.
ええ。 きいた、レスター?Yeah, real good.
いや、僕はたいていは動物管理の担当なんだ。 きいて、容疑者の名前がわかったわ...Listen, t got a name for the suspect.
きいて ここに来るのにYou want to take the girl to bed, don't you? Listen.
きいて、きいて、きいて、僕は誓って...Listen, listen, listen. I swear on my--
ジャック、ビリーナ、きいて!Listen!

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