Common Expressions & Sentences patterns

 

dekirudake hayaku / narubeku hayaku

as soon as possible, as soon as one can

Hayai "soon" is an adjective. Hayaku is an adverb. See Level 2 Chapter 1

Narubeku is similar to dekirudake. Dekirudake sounds a little bit "stronger" or more "serious" than narubeku.

1. Dekirudake hayaku henji o shimasu.

I'll reply as soon as possible.

hayaku ku form of hayai; early, soon, henji [sv] reply, answer

2. Narubeku hayaku henji o kudasai.

Please reply as soon as possible.

henji o kudasai lit. give me a reply, give me an answer

3. Dekirudake hayaku kite kudasai.

Please come as soon as you can.

kite te form of kimasu; come, -te kudasai please do

4. Narubeku hayaku iku yoo ni shimasu.

I'll go as soon as possible. (lit. I try to go as soon as possible)

iku root form of ikimasu; go, -yoo ni shimasu expressing one's effort; I try to do

5. Narubeku hayaku okutte moraitai-n desu ga.

I would like you to send (it) as soon as possible.

okutte te form of okurimasu; send
-te moraitai-n desu ga expressing a polite request ; I'd like you to do, would you please do

Functional patterns used in the sentences (Chapter numbers are from Building Up Conversation)

kite kudasai
verb te form + -te kudasai:expressing request; please do

Level 2 Chapter 5

iku yoo ni shimasu
verb root/nai form + -yoo ni shimasu:expressing one's effort; I try to do, I intend to do

Level 3 Chapter 16

okutte moraitai-n desu ga
verb te form + -te morai-tai-n desu ga:polite request; I'd like you to do, Would you do?

Level 3 Chapter 16

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