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Come off, be removed in Japanese 🇯🇵

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

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### Tips to remember 'とれる':
– Imagine an object "toreru" (taking itself off or being removed), think of "to" as "taking off" and "reru" sounding like "relieving" itself.
– Associate the movement of an object coming off with the sound "to-re-ru," visualizing the ease with which the object detaches.

### Explanations:
– 'とれる' is a verb in Japanese that means "to come off", "to be removed", "to be detached", "to be taken off", or "to come loose".

### Other words that mean the same thing:
– 外れる (はずれる, hazureru): to come off, to be disconnected
– 取れる (とれる, toreru): to come off (a more direct verb, same as the one we are discussing)

### Conjugations:

– Plain form: とれる (toreru)
– Polite form: とれます (toremasu)

– Plain form: とれた (toreta)
– Polite form: とれました (toremaa)

– Plain form: とれない (torenai)
– Polite form: とれません (toremasen)

Te-form (used to connect sentences or to make requests):
– とれて (torete)

### Example sentences:

– 梅は枝から簡単にとれる。
(Ume wa eda kara kantan ni toreru.)
The plum comes off the branch easily.

– このシールは簡単にとれますか?
(Kono shīru wa kantan ni toremasu ka?)
Can this sticker come off easily?

– ボタンがシャツからとれた。
(Botan ga shatsu kara toreta.)
The button came off the shirt.

– 汚れが全部とれました。
(Yogore ga zenbu toremaa.)
All the dirt came off.

– この汚れは簡単にとれない。
(Kono yogore wa kantan ni torenai.)
This dirt doesn't come off easily.

– このシールはとれません。
(Kono shīru wa toremasen.)
This sticker doesn't come off.

– 野菜がとれて、新鮮だ。
(Yasai ga torete, shinsen da.)
The vegetables are harvested and fresh.

– ペンのふたがとれてしまった。
(Pen no futa ga torete shimatta.)
The pen cap came off (unfortunately).

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