Lesson Let's go. Click here for the kana version. This lesson is about the "let's" or "mashou" form of verbs. Recall that 'masu' is the polite present ending for verbs. Taking off the masu and replacing it with mashou changes it to "let's --", where the -- is replaced by whatever the verb means. A more formal way to ask if someone will do something with you is to use the masen ka ending.
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