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Died in Japanese ๐Ÿ‡ฏ๐Ÿ‡ต

in English in Japanese S
died ใ—ใ‚“ใ 
How to say “died” in Japanese? “ใ—ใ‚“ใ ”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “ใ—ใ‚“ใ ” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on died in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the Japanese word:
One way to remember "ใ—ใ‚“ใ " (shinda) is by associating it with the English word "shunned." Just like someone shunned from society could feel as if they are dead to the world, you can link "shun" to "ใ—ใ‚“" and create the mental connection.

"ใ—ใ‚“ใ " (shinda) is the past tense form of the verb "ใ—ใฌ" (shinu), which means "to die." In Japanese, verbs are conjugated to reflect tense and mood.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– ๆญปไบกใ—ใŸ (ใ—ใผใ†ใ—ใŸ, shibou a): deceased, passed away
– ไป–็•Œใ—ใŸ (ใŸใ‹ใ„ใ—ใŸ, takai a): passed away, often used in a more formal or respectful context

Different conjugations:
– Infinitive (dictionary form): ใ—ใฌ (shinu) – to die
– Present: ใ—ใฌ (shinu) – (he/she/it) dies, (I/you/we/they) die
– Past: ใ—ใ‚“ใ  (shinda) – died
– Negative: ใ—ใชใชใ„ (shinanai) – does not die
– Past Negative: ใ—ใชใชใ‹ใฃใŸ (shinanakatta) – did not die
– Te form: ใ—ใ‚“ใง (shinde) – te form, often used in continuous/progressive tense or commands
– Potential: ใ—ใญใ‚‹ (shineru) – can die (a rare usage)
– Volitional: ใ—ใฎใ† (shinou) – let's die (used in a dramatic or literary sense sometimes)

Examples of sentences:
1. ็Šฌใฏๆ˜จๆ—ฅใ—ใ‚“ใ ใ€‚
– Inu wa kinou shinda.
– The dog died yesterday.

2. ๅฝผใฏๆˆฆไบ‰ใงใ—ใ‚“ใ ใ€‚
– Kare wa sensou de shinda.
– He died in the war.

3. ๆค็‰ฉใŒๆฐดใŒ่ถณใ‚Šใšใซใ—ใ‚“ใ ใ€‚
– Shokubutsu ga mizu ga tarizu ni shinda.
– The plant died due to a lack of water.

4. ๆœ€่ฟ‘ใ€ใใฎๆ‘ใงใฏๅคšใใฎไบบใŒใ—ใ‚“ใ ใ€‚
– Saikin, sono mura de wa ooku no hito ga shinda.
– Recently, many people have died in that village.

5. ใ“ใฎ้ญšใฏใ‚‚ใ†ใ—ใ‚“ใงใ„ใ‚‹ใ€‚
– Kono sakana wa mou shinde iru.
– This fish is already dead.

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