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Enter in Japanese πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

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

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Tips to Remember the Japanese Word:
1. Visualize a pair of gates (like Torii gates) when you think of entering a place; since "はいる" sounds like "hire," imagine you need to 'hire' a gatekeeper to let you enter.
2. Associate "はい" (hai) with "high," as in moving up and entering, and "γ‚‹" (ru) as the action in Japanese verbs.

"はいる" (hairu) is a verb that generally means "to enter" or "to go into." It can also mean "to join" or "to become a member of."

Other Words That Mean the Same Thing:
1. ε…₯γ‚‹ (はいる, hairu) – common verb form.
2. ι€²γ‚€ (すすむ, susumu) – means "to advance" or "to proceed" but can also imply entering a place or a state.

– Plain Present: はいる (hairu) – to enter
– Plain Past: γ―γ„γ£γŸ (haitta) – entered
– Plain Negative: はいらγͺい (hairanai) – do not enter
– Polite Present: γ―γ„γ‚ŠγΎγ™ (hairimasu) – enter
– Polite Past: γ―γ„γ‚ŠγΎγ—γŸ (hairimaa) – entered
– Potential: γ―γ„γ‚Œγ‚‹ (haireru) – can enter
– Imperative: γ―γ„γ‚Œ (haire) – enter!
– Te-form: はいって (haitte) – entering/while entering

Examples of Sentences:
1. 学树にε…₯る。(γŒγ£γ“γ†γ«γ―γ„γ‚‹γ€‚Gakkō ni hairu.) – Enter the school.
2. 彼は部屋にε…₯γ£γŸγ€‚(γ‹γ‚Œγ―γΈγ‚„γ«γ―γ„γ£γŸγ€‚Kare wa heya ni haitta.) – He entered the room.
3. ε…¬εœ’γ«ε…₯らγͺいでください。(γ“γ†γˆγ‚“γ«γ―γ„γ‚‰γͺいでください。Kōen ni hairanaide kudasai.) – Please do not enter the park.
4. 駅にε…₯γ‚ŠγΎγ™γ‹οΌŸ(γˆγγ«γ―γ„γ‚ŠγΎγ™γ‹οΌŸEki ni hairimasu ka?) – Will you enter the station?
5. クラブにε…₯γ‚ŠγŸγ„γ§γ™γ€‚(γ‚―γƒ©γƒ–γ«γ―γ„γ‚ŠγŸγ„γ§γ™γ€‚Kurabu ni hairitai desu.) – I want to join the club.

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