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Leave (an order) in Japanese 🇯🇵

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

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Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– Picture someone exiting a room and leaving behind an order. "でて" (dete) can be recalled by visualizing the act of leaving.

– "でて" (dete) is the te-form of the verb "出る" (でる, deru), which means "to leave" or "to exit." The te-form is often used to make requests or connect actions.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– "去る" (さる, saru): to leave, to go away
– "退く" (しりぞく, shirizoku): to retreat, to withdraw

– Infinitive (Dictionary form): 出る (でる, deru)
– Present: 出る (でる, deru)
– Past: 出た (でた, deta)
– Future: Will typically use the present tense with context indicating the future, e.g., 出るでしょう (でるでしょう, deru deshou)
– Negative: 出ない (でない, denai)
– Te-form: 出て (でて, dete)

Examples of sentences that use it:
1. 早くここを出てください。
– Hayaku koko o dete kudasai.
– Please leave here quickly.

2. 彼女は部屋を出た。
– Kanojo wa heya o deta.
– She left the room.

3. 明日の朝、私は家を出るつもりです。
– Aa no asa, watashi wa ie o deru tsumori desu.
– I plan to leave the house tomorrow morning.

4. 彼は仕事を出ない。
– Kare wa shigoto o denai.
– He doesn’t leave for work.

5. そこから出てはだめですよ。
– Soko kara dete wa dame desu yo.
– You must not leave from there.

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