Translation:I will put the wallet in the bag.
What is the pronunciation for this verb? It would help if hiragana was used when a verb is introduced or in the pop-up help.
Is there a reason why writing this as a command would not work? "Put the wallet in the bag"
The subject is implied in Japanese (it could be "you/he/she/we/they"), but the verb is not in the imperative form.
This is not past tense of 'put', right? Because wouldn't that be 「入れました」?
So I guess you might use this sentence to respond to someone who asks "how do you keep your wallet dry?" or something along those lines?... "oh I just put the wallet in the bag!"
To clarify, Japanese doesn't have a dedicated present tense, just a nonpast tense (which could be either present or future tense, depending on context).
"i will put my wallet in the bag" should have been a valid response for this
It sounds like Duo is saying Iri when I touch the Kanji character. Does anyone else hear that?