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First of all, to begin with in Japanese πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

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

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Tips to Remember the Japanese Word:
1. Mnemonic Device: Think of β€œmaze” which you must first enter before solving it. So, β€œmazu” is like the first step.
2. Association: Imagine you are about to begin eating sushi. Before you start, you say β€œγΎγšβ€ (mazu).

– "Mazu" is used to indicate the beginning of a sequence or the first action in a series of actions.
– It often translates to "first of all" or "to begin with" in English.

Other Words That Mean the Same Thing:
1. ζœ€εˆγ« (saisho ni) – At the beginning
2. ε…ˆγš (saki ni) – Before anything else

Alternate Meanings:
– "Mazu" in some contexts can imply not just order, but priority or significance, i.e., the most important step or consideration.
– It doesn’t have significant slang meanings or informal usage distinct from its conventional adoption.

Examples of Sentences:
1. γΎγšγ€ζ‰‹γ‚’ζ΄—γ„γΎγ—γ‚‡γ†γ€‚
Romanized: Mazu, te o araimashou.
Translation: First of all, let's wash our hands.

2. ζ°—γŒγ€γ„γŸγ‚‰γ€γΎγšεŒ»θ€…γ«θ‘Œγ£γ¦γγ γ•γ„γ€‚
Romanized: Ki ga tsuitara, mazu isha ni itte kudasai.
Translation: If you notice it, please go see a doctor first.

3. γΎγšγ€θ‡ͺ己紹介をします。
Romanized: Mazu, jikoshoukai o shimasu.
Translation: To begin with, I will introduce myself.

4. γΎγšγ€ε•ι‘Œγ‚’γ‚ˆγθͺ­γΏγΎγ—ょう。
Romanized: Mazu, mondai o yoku yomimashou.
Translation: Firstly, let's read the question carefully.

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