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carry, transport はこãļ
How to say “carry, transport” in Japanese? “はこãļ”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “はこãļ” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on carry, transport in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the Japanese word "はこãļ":
– Think of "ha" as the start of "harmonica." Imagine transporting a harmonica.
– Visualize a "box" (sounds like "はこ") you need to carry or transport.

"はこãļ" (hakobu) means "to carry" or "to transport." It is commonly used when referring to physically moving objects from one place to another.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– 運ãļ (hakobu) – Same word in kanji.
– æŦ送する (hansou suru) – To transport, often used in more formal contexts.
– į§ģ動させる (idou saseru) – To move or transfer.

Base (Infinitive): はこãļ
– Dictionary Form (Present Plain): はこãļ (hakobu)
– Past Plain: はこんだ (hakonda)
– Negative Plain: はこばãĒい (hakobanai)
– Past Negative Plain: はこばãĒかãŖた (hakobanakatta)
– Present Polite: はこãŗぞす (hakobimasu)
– Past Polite: はこãŗぞした (hakobimaa)
– Negative Polite: はこãŗぞせん (hakobimasen)
– Past Negative Polite: はこãŗぞせんでした (hakobimasen dea)
– Volitional: はこãŧう (hakobou)
– Te-form: はこんで (hakonde)

Example sentences:
– į§ã¯ã“ぎįŽąã‚’はこãŗぞす。
(Watashi wa kono hako o hakobimasu.)
I will carry this box.

– 昨æ—Ĩは友達ぎåŧ•ãŖčļŠã—を手äŧãŖãĻ、åŽļå…ˇã‚’ã¯ã“ãŗぞした。
(Kinou wa tomodachi no hikkoshi o tetsudatte, kagu o hakobimaa.)
Yesterday, I helped my friend move and carried furniture.

– これは重すぎãĻ、一äēēでははこずぞせん。
(Kore wa omosugite, hitori de wa hakobemasen.)
This is too heavy, I can't carry it by myself.

– åŊŧはæŦĄãŽéƒ¨åą‹ãĢテãƒŧブãƒĢをはこんでいぞす。
(Kare wa tsugi no heya ni teeburu o hakondeimasu.)
He is carrying the table to the next room.

– ããŽčˇį‰Šã‚’はこãļぎを手äŧã„ぞしょうかīŧŸ
(Sono nimotsu o hakobu no o tetsudaimashou ka?)
Shall I help you carry that luggage?

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