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Eat (an order) in Japanese πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

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

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たべて info.

– Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– You can break down "たべて" (tabete) into "たべ" (tabe) and "て" (te).
– "たべ" (tabe) is from "γŸγΉγ‚‹" (taberu), which means "to eat."
– The ending "て" (te) is used to form the te-form of verbs, which can be used to make requests or commands.
– You might remember "たべ" (tabe) by associating it with "table," where you eat food.

– Explanation:
– "たべて" (tabete) is the te-form of the verb "γŸγΉγ‚‹" (taberu), which means "to eat."
– The te-form is often used to make requests or give commands.
– In this case, "たべて" means "eat" (command).

– Other words that mean the same thing:
– "食べγͺさい" (たべγͺさい/tabenasai) – Another way to say "eat" in a more formal command.
– "ε¬γ—δΈŠγŒγ‚Œ" (γ‚γ—γ‚γŒγ‚Œ/meshiagare) – Polite way to say "please eat" or "bon appΓ©tit."

– Conjugations of "γŸγΉγ‚‹" (taberu):
– Infinitive: γŸγΉγ‚‹ (taberu) – to eat
– Negative: たべγͺい (tabenai) – not eat
– Past: たべた (tabeta) – ate
– Present: γŸγΉγ‚‹ (taberu) – eat/eats
– Future: γŸγΉγ‚‹ (taberu) – will eat
– Te-form: たべて (tabete) – eat (command)

– Examples of sentences that use たべて (tabete):
– γ‚±γƒΌγ‚­γ‚’γŸγΉγ¦γγ γ•γ„γ€‚(Keeki o tabete kudasai.) – Please eat the cake.
– ι‡Žθœγ‚’γŸγΉγ¦γ€‚(Yasai o tabete.) – Eat the vegetables.
– γŠζ˜Όγ”ι£―γ‚’γŸγΉγ¦γ­γ€‚(Ohirugohan o tabete ne.) – Eat your lunch, okay?
– ζ—©γγŸγΉγ¦οΌ(Hayaku tabete!) – Eat quickly!

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