【N4】( ~てみる)/te miru/ to try something out

( ~てみる)to try something out

 How to make to try something out in Japanese.

    • ・ Meaning: to try something out
    • ・ JLPT Level: N4
    • ・ Category: grammar

 

You can use “~てみる” when you want to express to try something out.
you can simply use the te-form and add 「みる」.
If it helps you to remember, you can think of it as a sequence of an action and then seeing the result.
In fact 「みる」 conjugates just like 「見る」Group 1 verb.

The patterns is below:

Te-form + みる

 Examples of sentence

分からなかったので、先生に聞いてみました。
I didn’t know the meaning, so I tried to ask my teacher.

この納豆を食べてみました
I tried to eat this natto.

秋葉原は面白ろいそうなので、今度行ってみます。
My friends say that Akihabara is fun place so I will go there later.


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