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Line up, be parallel in Japanese πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

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line up, be parallel γͺらぢ
How to say “line up, be parallel” in Japanese? “γͺらぢ”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “γͺらぢ” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on line up, be parallel in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– Think of "narab(u)" as "line up" where "nara" sounds like "line" and "bu" is the end sound.

– γͺらぢ (narabu) means to line up, be parallel or to stand in line. It is used when referring to objects or people forming a queue or being placed in a row.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– 並べる (naraberu) – to arrange, to line up (transitive form)
– θ‘Œεˆ—γ™γ‚‹ (gyōretsu suru) – to form a queue


– Present/Future (Non-past): γͺらぢ (narabu)
– Past: γͺらんだ (naranda)
– Negative: γͺらばγͺい (narabanai)
– Negative Past: γͺらばγͺγ‹γ£γŸ (narabanakatta)
– Te-form: γͺらんで (narande)
– Polite Present/Future: γͺらびます (narabimasu)
– Polite Past: γͺγ‚‰γ³γΎγ—γŸ (narabimaa)
– Polite Negative: γͺらびません (narabimasen)
– Volitional: γͺらぼう (narabō)
– Conditional: γͺらべば (narabeba)

Examples of sentences:
– γƒγ‚Ήεœγ§δΊΊγ€…γŒγͺらんでいる。
##### Basu-tei de hitobito ga narande iru.
(People are lined up at the bus stop.)

– ζœ¬ζ£šγ«ζœ¬γŒγγ‚Œγ„γ«γͺらんでいる。
##### Hondana ni hon ga kirei ni narande iru.
(The books are neatly lined up on the bookshelf.)

– ε½Όγ‚‰γ―εˆ—γ‚’δ½œγ£γ¦γͺらんだ。
##### Karera wa retsu o tsukutte naranda.
(They lined up to form a row.)

– みんγͺγŒι †η•ͺを待ってγͺらんでいる。
##### Minna ga junban o matte narande iru.
(Everyone is waiting in line for their turn.)

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