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Burn, cook in Japanese πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

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burn, cook やける
How to say “burn, cook” in Japanese? “やける”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “やける” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on burn, cook in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to Remember the Japanese Word:
– "やける" (yakeru) can be remembered by associating it with "yaki" (焼き), which is often found in words related to cooking or grilling, such as "焼き肉" (yakiniku – grilled meat).

– "やける" (yakeru) means "to be burned" or "to be cooked" in the sense that something is being subjected to heat. It is often used for things that are getting cooked or burnt, like food on a grill.
– This verb is intransitive, meaning it refers to the action happening to the subject itself without a direct object.

Other Words That Mean the Same Thing:
– "焼く" (やく, yaku) – To cook, grill, bake (transitive form)
– "η‡ƒγˆγ‚‹" (γ‚‚γˆγ‚‹, moeru) – To burn (typically more about flames and fire)

Infinitive and Conjugations:
1. Present/Future:
– やける (yakeru) – burns, will burn
2. Past:
– γ‚„γ‘γŸ (yaketa) – burned, was burned
3. Negative:
– やけγͺい (yakenai) – doesn't burn, will not burn
4. Past Negative:
– やけγͺγ‹γ£γŸ (yakenakatta) – didn't burn
5. Te-form:
– やけて (yakete) – burning (continuative form, used in compound sentences)
6. Potential:
– γ‚„γ‘γ‚‰γ‚Œγ‚‹ (yakerareru) – can be burned
7. Volitional:
– γ‚„γ‘γ‚ˆγ† (yakeyou) – let's get burned/cooked

Examples of Sentences:
1. γƒ‘γƒ³γŒγ‚„γ‘γ‚‹γ€‚
– Pan ga yakeru.
– The bread is baking.
2. ι­šγŒγ‚„γ‘γŸγ€‚
– Sakana ga yaketa.
– The fish was cooked.
3. γƒ‘γƒ³γŒγΎγ γ‚„γ‘γ¦γ„γͺい。
– Pan ga mada yakete inai.
– The bread is not baked yet.
4. γƒγƒΌγ‚ΊγŒγ‚„γ‘γ¦γŠγ„γ—γγ†γ γ€‚
– ChΔ«zu ga yakete oishisou da.
– The cheese is melting and looks delicious.
5. θ‚‰γŒγ‚„γ‘γ™γŽγŸγ€‚
– Niku ga yakesugita.
– The meat was overcooked.

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