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Japanese Verbs for Wearing Clothing

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A basic Japanese verb for wearing something is kimasu, but you have to be careful: Wearing glasses takes a different verb from wearing pants, which is different from wearing pants. Try this free beginner quiz, and see if you know the differences!
()ます・はきます

(ただ)しい(どうし)(えら)んでください。  
 
Choose the correct verb.

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くつを       
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ネクタイを      
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ヘルメットを      。  
 
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めがねを      
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セーターを      
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