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They can be summarized like this: ( I=intransitive verb / T=transitive verb / TP=potential form of the transitive verb ) I: きこえる "can be heard" / T: きく "hear" / TP: きける "can hear" I: みえる "can be seen" / T: みる "see" / TP: (みられる or みれる) "can see" So this is the picture. However one point somewhat confusing is the (みられる or みれる) part, where lexically ...


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みえます Maybe, I think that your understanding is correct. みまられます The word "みまられます" is not. Did you mean "みられます" ? Can you show me an example sentence? きけます (= can listen) eg: あなたはストーリーをきけます。 You can listen to the story . きこえます (=hear) eg: 海の音がきこえます。 We can hear the ocean from here. 何か音がきこえますか? Do you hear any sound?


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見える To be visible, to be in sight. あそこに高{たか}い山{やま}が見える。 A tall mountain can be seen over there. 僕{ぼく}にはあなたが見える。 You are visible to me / I can see you. to look like. 僕にはその雲{くも}がわたあめに見える。 That cloud looks like cotton candy to me. 見える is about objects being visible and not so much about one's ability to to see them. Obviously, if an ...



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