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Become it (an order) in Japanese 🇯🇵

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become it (an order) なって
How to say “become it (an order)” in Japanese? “なって”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “なって” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on become it (an order) in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the Japanese word:

– Associate なって (natte) with "becoming" something new or transforming.
– Think of "natte" as "not yet" because often when you become something, you're transitioning from "not yet" to "becoming".


なって (natte) is the te-form of the verb なる (naru), which means "to become." In its te-form, it can be used to form requests or commands, or to link sentences. When an order is given, such as "become it" or "turn into it," なって is appropriate.

Other words that mean the same thing:

– 変身して (henshin e) – transform into
– 化けて (bakete) – disguise oneself as

Conjugations of なる (naru):

– Present (plain): なる (naru) – to become
– Present (polite): なります (narimasu)
– Past (plain): なった (natta) – became
– Past (polite): なりました (narimaa)
– Potential: なれる (nareru) – can become
– Conditional: なれば (nareba) – if (one) becomes
– Volitional: なろう (narou) – let's become

Examples of sentences that use なる (naru):

1. 日本語の先生になった。(Nihongo no sensei ni natta.)
– I became a Japanese teacher.

2. 彼は有名な歌手になりました。(Kare wa yuumei na kashu ni narimaa.)
– He became a famous singer.

3. ゲームデザイナーになりたい。(Gēmu dezainā ni naritai.)
– I want to become a game designer.

4. 将来、医者になろうと思います。(Shourai, isha ni narou to omoimasu.)
– In the future, I think I will become a doctor.

5. 急になれなかった。(Kyuu ni narenakatta.)
– I couldn't become (something) quickly.

Examples of sentences that use なって (natte):

1. ヒーローになって!(Hīrō ni natte!)
– Become a hero!

2. 日本語が上手になって。(Nihongo ga jouzu ni natte.)
– Get better at Japanese.

3. テレビをつけて、ニュースキャスターになってみて。(Terebi o tsukete, nyuusu kyasutaa ni natte mite.)
– Turn on the TV and try becoming a newscaster.

4. もっと強くなってください。(Motto tsuyoku natte kudasai.)
– Please become stronger.

5. 新しい自分になって。(Atarashii jibun ni natte.)
– Become a new self.

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