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Flew in Japanese 🇯🇵

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

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Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– You can associate "飛んだ" (とんだ) which means "flew" with the idea of something jumping or taking off. The kanji 飛 suggests the action of flying.

– "とんだ" is the past tense of "飛ぶ" (とぶ), which means "to fly". The root verb is "飛ぶ" which is an u-verb (godan verb).

Other words that mean the same thing:
– 飛ぶ (とぶ, tobu): To fly.

Conjugations of 飛ぶ (とぶ):
– Present: 飛ぶ (とぶ, tobu) – fly
– Past: 飛んだ (とんだ, tonda) – flew
– Negative: 飛ばない (とばない, tobanai) – do not fly
– Past negative: 飛ばなかった (とばなかった, tobanakatta) – did not fly
– Te-form: 飛んで (とんで, tonde) – flying
– Conditional: 飛べば (とべば, tobeba) – if fly
– Potential: 飛べる (とべる, toberu) – can fly
– Volitional: 飛ぼう (とぼう, tobō) – let's fly
– Imperative: 飛べ (とべ, tobe) – fly!

Examples of sentences:
1. 鳥が空を飛んだ。
– Tori ga sora o tonda.
– The bird flew in the sky.

2. 飛行機が飛んだ。
– Hikōki ga tonda.
– The airplane flew.

3. 彼は早朝に風船で飛んだ。
– Kare wa sōchō ni fÅ«sen de tonda.
– He flew with a balloon in the early morning.

4. 昔、私たちは毎日公園で飛んだ。
– Mukashi, wataachi wa mainichi kōen de tonda.
– Long ago, we flew in the park every day.

5. 彼のフェンスを越えてフリスビーが飛んだ。
– Kare no fensu o koete furisubÄ« ga tonda.
– The frisbee flew over his fence.

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