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Continue, follow in Japanese 🇯🇵


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

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– Tips to Remember the Japanese Word:
Mnemonic Aid: Imagine a thread (つづく, "tsuzuku") that continues to unroll infinitely.
Sound Association: "Tsu" sounds like "tsuing" which can be connected to a continuous action, like the sound of a ball rolling.

– Explanations:
つづく (tsuzuku): This verb means “to continue” or “to follow” and is often used to describe things that go on without interruption.

– Other Words That Mean the Same Thing:
– 継続する (けいぞくする, keizoku suru) – to continue.
– 連続する (れんぞくする, renzoku suru) – to be consecutive or continuous.
– 継ぐ (つぐ, tsugu) – to succeed, to follow in succession.

– Conjugations:
Present/Future: つづく (tsuzuku) – continues/will continue
Past: つづいた (tsuzuita) – continued
Negative Present/Future: つづかない (tsuzukanai) – does not continue/will not continue
Negative Past: つづかなかった (tsuzukanakatta) – did not continue
Te-form: つづいて (tsuzuite) – continuing
Imperative: つづけ (tsuzuke) – continue!

– Examples of Sentences:
Present: 物語はつづく。(Monogatari wa tsuzuku.) – The story continues.
Past: 昔の習慣が今もつづいています。(Mukashi no shÅ«kan ga ima mo tsuzuiteimasu.) – Old customs continue even now.
Negative Present/Future: 雨がつづかないことを願っています。(Ame ga tsudukanai koto o negatteimasu.) – I hope the rain does not continue.
Negative Past: 彼の努力がつづかなかった。(Kare no doryoku ga tsuzukanakatta.) – His efforts did not continue.
Te-form: 話をつづいてください。(Hanashi o tsuduite kudasai.) – Please continue the story.
Imperative: この道をつづけ!(Kono michi o tsuduke!) – Continue on this path!

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