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Cook (rice) in Japanese πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

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

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### Tips to Remember the Japanese Word 'たく'
Visual Cue: Picture a rice cooker (η‚Šι£―ε™¨, すいはんき) with a clock next to it, showing time to cook (たく).
Sound Association: Imagine the sound of a 'tick' (similar to 'たく') when a rice cooker starts.

### Explanation
– The verb 'たく' (η‚Šγ) specifically refers to the act of cooking rice or other grains.

### Synonyms
γ”ι£―γ‚’η‚Šγ (γ”γ―γ‚“γ‚’γŸγ): literally, cooking rice.

### Conjugations
Present/Future Tense:
– η‚Šγ (たく, taku) – I cook (rice)/I will cook (rice).
Past Tense:
– η‚Šγ„γŸ (γŸγ„γŸ, taita) – I cooked (rice).
Negative Form:
– η‚Šγ‹γͺい (γŸγ‹γͺい, takanai) – I do not cook (rice).
Past Negative:
– η‚Šγ‹γͺγ‹γ£γŸ (γŸγ‹γͺγ‹γ£γŸ, takanakatta) – I did not cook (rice).
Te-form (used for making requests or connecting sentences):
– η‚Šγ„γ¦ (γŸγ„γ¦, taite)
Potential Form (ability):
– η‚Šγ‘γ‚‹ (γŸγ‘γ‚‹, takeru) – I can cook (rice).

### Example Sentences
1. Present/Future Tense:
– Japanese: δ»Šζ™©γ€η§γ―γ”ι£―γ‚’η‚Šγγ€‚
– Romanized: Konban, watashi wa gohan o taku.
– English: Tonight, I will cook rice.
2. Past Tense:
– Japanese: ζ˜¨ζ™©γ€ε½Όγ―γ”ι£―γ‚’η‚Šγ„γŸγ€‚
– Romanized: Sakuban, kare wa gohan o taita.
– English: Last night, he cooked rice.
3. Negative Form:
– Japanese: 母は今ζ—₯γ”ι£―γ‚’η‚Šγ‹γͺい。
– Romanized: Haha wa kyou gohan o takanai.
– English: Mom is not cooking rice today.
4. Te-form:
– Japanese: γ”ι£―γ‚’η‚Šγ„γ¦γ€γ‚«γƒ¬γƒΌγ‚’δ½œγ‚ŠγΎγ™γ€‚
– Romanized: Gohan o taite, karee o tsukurimasu.
– English: I cook rice and then make curry.
5. Potential Form:
– Japanese: ε½Όε₯³γ―δΈŠζ‰‹γ«γ”ι£―γ‚’η‚Šγ‘γ‚‹γ€‚
– Romanized: Kanojo wa jouzu ni gohan o takeru.
– English: She can cook rice well.

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