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

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Tips to remember the Japanese word "のぼる"
– Visualize climbing a hill or stairs. Picture yourself saying "no more climbing" but instead, think "noboru.”
– "Bo" sounds like "Boulder," which you might climb.

– "のぼる" (noboru) is a verb in Japanese that means "to climb" or "to go up."
– It indicates the action of moving upwards, whether climbing stairs, hills, or buildings.

Other words that mean the same thing
– 登る (のぼる) [noboru]: Typically used for climbing a mountain, tree, ladder, etc.
– 上る (のぼる) [noboru]: Used for general going up, such as stairs or ranks.
– 昇る (のぼる) [noboru]: Used for things like the sun rising.


| | Polite Form | Plain Form |
| Present | のぼります (noborimasu) | のぼる (noboru) |
| Past | のぼりました (noborimaa) | のぼった (nobotta) |
| Negative | のぼりません(noborimasen) | のぼらない (noboranai) |
| Past Negative | のぼりませんでした (noborimasen dea) | のぼらなかった (noboranakatta) |
| Te form | – | のぼって (nobotte) |

Examples of sentences that use "のぼる"
1. 子供たちは木にのぼっています。
– Kodomo-tachi wa ki ni nobotteimasu.
– The children are climbing the tree.

2. 私は毎朝山にのぼります。
– Watashi wa mai asa yama ni noborimasu.
– I climb the mountain every morning.

3. 昨日は階段をのぼりました。
– Kinō wa kaidan o noborimaa.
– I climbed the stairs yesterday.

4. 猫は屋根にのぼった。
– Neko wa yane ni nobotta.
– The cat climbed up to the roof.

5. 彼は坂をのぼらなかった。
– Kare wa saka o noboranakatta.
– He did not climb the slope.

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のぼる info.

Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– The term "のぼる" (noboru) sounds like "no bore" which can be associated with the excitement of climbing or going up something that isn’t boring.
– Imagine climbing up (のぼる – noboru) a hill, which symbolically carries the meaning of progressing upward.

– "のぼる" (noboru) is a verb that means "to go up" or "to climb."
– It can be used in various contexts, such as climbing a mountain, or going up stairs.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– 上がる (あがる – agaru): to rise, to go up.
– 登る (のぼる – noboru): this also means to climb but is often used for climbing mountains or heights.

– Infinitive: のぼる (noboru)
– Present: のぼります (noborimasu)
– Past: のぼった (nobotta) / のぼりました (noborimaa)
– Negative: のぼらない (noboranai) / のぼりません (noborimasen)
– Past Negative: のぼらなかった (noboranakatta) / のぼりませんでした (noborimasen dea)
– Future: The future tense often uses the present tense form: のぼる (noboru) / のぼります (noborimasu)
– Te-form: のぼって (nobotte)

Examples of sentences:
1. 私は山にのぼる。 (わたしはやまにのぼる。- Watashi wa yama ni noboru.)
– I climb the mountain.
2. 昨日、彼は木にのぼりました。 (きのう、かれはきにのぼりました。- Kinō, kare wa ki ni noborimaa.)
– Yesterday, he climbed a tree.
3. 彼女は急な階段をのぼっています。 (かのじょはきゅうなかいだんをのぼっています。- Kanojo wa kyū na kaidan o nobotteimasu.)
– She is climbing the steep stairs.
4. 明日ホームにのぼりますか? (あしたホムにのぼりますか?- Aa hōmu ni noborimasu ka?)
– Will you climb up the platform tomorrow?
5. その猫はあの高い塔にのぼらない。 (そのねこはあのたかいとうにのぼらない。- Sono neko wa ano takai tō ni noboranai.)
– That cat doesn't climb the tall tower.

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