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Line up, arrange in Japanese 馃嚡馃嚨


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line up, arrange 銇倝銇广倠
How to say “line up, arrange” in Japanese? “銇倝銇广倠”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “銇倝銇广倠” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on line up, arrange in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the Japanese word '銇倝銇广倠':
– You can think of "銇倝銇广倠 (naraberu)" as "arrange" or "line up". Imagine you are preparing items in a neat row, which lines up with the sound "nar".

Explanations:
– "銇倝銇广倠 (naraberu)" means to arrange, line up, or set up items in a row or order.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– 鏁淬亪銈 (銇ㄣ仺銇亪銈, totonoeru): to put in order, to arrange neatly.
– 涓︺伓 (銇倝銇, narabu): to line up, to stand in a line (intransitive form).

Conjugations of '銇倝銇广倠':
– Infinitive (Base form): 銇倝銇广倠 (naraberu)
– Present/Future: 銇倝銇广倠 (naraberu) – arrange/arranges/will arrange
– Past: 銇倝銇广仧 (narabeta) – arranged
– Negative: 銇倝銇广仾銇 (narabenai) – do not arrange/will not arrange
– Te-form: 銇倝銇广仸 (narabete) – arranging/while arranging (used to connect clauses)
– Conditional: 銇倝銇广倢銇 (narabereba) – if arrange
– Volitional: 銇倝銇广倛銇 (narabeyou) – let's arrange/will arrange

Examples of sentences that use 銇倝銇广倠:
1. 鏈倰銇嶃倢銇勩伀妫氥伀涓︺伖銈嬨 (銇汇倱銈掋亶銈屻亜銇仧銇伀銇倝銇广倠銆)
– Hon o kirei ni tana ni naraberu.
– Arrange the books neatly on the shelf.

2. 褰笺伅姣庢湞椋熴伖鐗┿倰銉嗐兗銉栥儷銇甫銇广倠銆 (銇嬨倢銇伨銇勩亗銇曘仧銇广倐銇倰銉嗐兗銉栥儷銇仾銈夈伖銈嬨)
– Kare wa mai asa tabemono o t膿buru ni naraberu.
– He arranges the food on the table every morning.

3. 瀛愪緵銇熴仭銇暣鍒椼仐銇︿甫銇广倝銈屻仧銆 (銇撱仼銈傘仧銇°伅銇涖亜銈屻仱銇椼仸銇倝銇广倝銈屻仧銆)
– Kodomotachi wa seiretsu e naraberareta.
– The children were lined up in order.

4. 搴楀摗銇柊銇椼亜鍟嗗搧銈掑簵銇銇甫銇广仧銆 (銇︺倱銇勩倱銇亗銇熴倝銇椼亜銇椼倗銇嗐伈銈撱倰銇裤仜銇仧銇伀銇倝銇广仧銆)
– Tenin wa atarashii shouhin o mise no tana ni narabeta.
– The clerk arranged the new products on the store shelf.

5. 鑺便倰銉嗐兗銉栥儷銇腑澶伀涓︺伖銇亜銇с亸銇犮仌銇勩 (銇仾銈掋儐銉笺儢銉伄銇°倕銇嗐亰銇嗐伀銇倝銇广仾銇勩仹銇忋仩銇曘亜銆)
– Hana o t膿buru no ch奴艒 ni narabenaide kudasai.
– Please do not arrange the flowers in the center of the table.

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