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Center, middle (casual) in Japanese 🇯🇵


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center, middle (casual) まんなか
How to say “center, middle (casual)” in Japanese? “まんなか”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “まんなか” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on center, middle (casual) in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– Break down the word: "まん" (man) + "なか" (naka). "なか" (naka) means "inside" or "middle," so the addition of "まん" (man) gives it the emphasis of "right in the middle."
– Visualize the word: Imagine a map with a bold dot exactly at the center, labeled "まんなか" to highlight its central position.
– Mnemonic: "Man at the center." This phrase can help you remember that "まんなか" means "center" or "middle."

Explanations:
– まんなか (mannaka) refers to the exact center or middle of something.
– It emphasizes the centrality more than just saying "なか" (naka), which means "inside" or "middle."

Other words that mean the same thing:
– 中央 (ちゅうおう, chūō): Central, center
– 中心 (ちゅうしん, chÅ«shin): Center, core, heart

Alternate meanings like slang:
– It is primarily used in its direct meaning and doesn't have significant slang variations.

Examples of sentences that use it:
– この机は部屋のまんなかに置いてください。
(Kono tsukue wa heya no mannaka ni oite kudasai.)
"Please place this desk in the middle of the room."

– 彼の家は町のまんなかにあります。
(Kare no ie wa machi no mannaka ni arimasu.)
"His house is in the center of the town."

– テーブルのまんなかに花瓶があります。
(Tēburu no mannaka ni kabin ga arimasu.)
"There is a vase in the middle of the table."

– まんなかに立ってください。
(Mannaka ni tatte kudasai.)
"Please stand in the middle."

– 教室のまんなかに黒板があります。
(Kyōsu no mannaka ni kokuban ga arimasu.)
"There is a blackboard in the middle of the classroom."

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