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let’s teach おしえよう
How to say “let’s teach” in Japanese? “おしえよう”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “おしえよう” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on let’s teach in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Japanese Word: おしえよう (oshieyou)

Tips to Remember:
1. Visual Association: Think of a teacher standing in front of a class saying "Oh, she (おし) is going to (えよう) teach." This can help you remember the phonetic sound and the associated action.
2. Phonics: Break it down into smaller parts: おし (oshi) + えよう (eyou).
3. Repetition: Repeat the word in various sentences to get comfortable with its sound and usage.

– おしえよう (oshieyou) is the volitional form of the verb おしえる (oshieru), which means "to teach". The volitional form is used to express a will or intention, similar to saying "let's teach" in English.

Other Words that Mean the Same Thing:
– 教えましょう (おしえましょう, oshiemashou): Another way to say "let's teach". It is a polite suggestion form of おしえる.

おしえる (oshieru) – to teach (infinitive)

Present/Future: おしえる (oshieru) – I teach/I will teach
Past: おしえた (oshieta) – I taught
Negative: おしえない (oshienai) – I don't teach/I won't teach
Negative Past: おしえなかった (oshienakatta) – I didn't teach
Volitional: おしえよう (oshieyou) – Let's teach

Example Sentences:
1. 明日、日本語をおしえよう。
Romanized: Aa, nihongo o oshieyou.
Translation: Let's teach Japanese tomorrow.

2. おしえようと思っています。
Romanized: Oshieyou to omotteimasu.
Translation: I am thinking of teaching.

3. 生徒に新しいことをおしえよう。
Romanized: Seito ni atarashii koto o oshieyou.
Translation: Let's teach the students something new.

4. 彼に数学をおしえようか?
Romanized: Kare ni suugaku o oshieyou ka?
Translation: Shall we teach him math?

5. この方法をみんなにおしえよう。
Romanized: Kono houhou o minna ni oshieyou.
Translation: Let's teach this method to everyone.

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