Using ~たい and ~たり in tje same sentence

Hello guys! I was wondering if this sentence sounds ok:

日本でかわいい女に会いたいたり, 日本料理を食べたいたりします.

This question is mostly because both たり and たい are supposed to be attached after the stem of the verb, but I don’t know what would be the best way to combine them.

You can’t put たり on the back of たい like that, because with たい those verbs have effectively become い adjectives.

Put the たい on the する at the end.



Ok, excellent, just one question. By “the する on at end” you mean the ます part? Is it the same?

Thanks Leebo, as always.

Well, I’m assuming you know that します is just the polite form of する. But you can’t put たい on します.

To keep it polite, you just add です like you would after any い adjective in a polite sentence.

Oh, you’re right, sorry :sweat_smile: is just that this really had me confused. I think I get it now. Thanks man! I appreciate your help!

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