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Make, create in Japanese 🇯🇵


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

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Tips to Remember the Japanese Word
To remember "つくる" (tsukuru), you can associate it with "tsu" as in "two hands" used to create something and "kuru" which sounds like "create."

Explanations
"つくる" (tsukuru) means "to make" or "to create." It is a commonly used verb in Japanese, applicable in a wide variety of contexts, such as making objects, preparing food, or creating art.

Other Words that Mean the Same Thing
– 作る (つくる, tsukuru) – to make/create (most common)
– 造る (つくる, tsukuru) – to construct, to build (often used for larger scale constructions like buildings or ships)
– 創る (つくる, tsukuru) – to create new ideas or art (often used in creative or artistic contexts)

Conjugations
1. Plain Form (Present/Future):
– つくる (tsukuru) – to make/create
– (e.g., 彼は料理をつくる。Kare wa ryōri o tsukuru. – He makes food.)

2. Negative Form:
– つくらない (tsukuranai) – not make/create
– (e.g., 私はお菓子をつくらない。Watashi wa okashi o tsukuranai. – I do not make sweets.)

3. Past Form:
– つくった (tsukutta) – made/created
– (e.g., 彼女はケーキをつくった。Kanojo wa kēki o tsukutta. – She made a cake.)

4. Past Negative Form:
– つくらなかった (tsukuranakatta) – did not make/create
– (e.g., 昨日は何もつくらなかった。Kinō wa nani mo tsukuranakatta. – I didn't make anything yesterday.)

5. Polite Form:
– つくります (tsukurimasu) – to make/create
– (e.g., 彼は毎日弁当をつくります。Kare wa mainichi bentō o tsukurimasu. – He makes a lunch box every day.)

6. Polite Negative Form:
– つくりません (tsukurimasen) – not make/create
– (e.g., 私は今日はつくりません。Watashi wa kyō wa tsukurimasen. – I will not make it today.)

7. Polite Past Form:
– つくりました (tsukurimaa) – made/created
– (e.g., 母は夕食をつくりました。Haha wa yÅ«shoku o tsukurimaa. – Mother made dinner.)

8. Polite Past Negative Form:
– つくりませんでした (tsukurimasen dea) – did not make/create
– (e.g., 彼は何もつくりませんでした。Kare wa nani mo tsukurimasen dea. – He didn't make anything.)

Examples of Sentences Using つくる (tsukuru)
1. 彼らは新しい会社をつくる計画を立てています。
– Karera wa atarashÄ« kaisha o tsukuru keikaku o tateteimasu.
– They are planning to create a new company.

2. 私の趣味は絵をつくることです。
– Watashi no shumi wa e o tsukuru koto desu.
– My hobby is creating paintings.

3. この材料で家をつくるのは難しいです。
– Kono zairyō de ie o tsukuru no wa muzukashÄ« desu.
– It is difficult to build a house with this material.

4. 彼は音楽をつくる才能がある。
– Kare wa ongaku o tsukuru sainō ga aru.
– He has the talent to create music.

5. トムは新しいアプリをつくりたいと思っています。
– Tomu wa atarashÄ« apuri o tsukuritai to omotteimasu.
– Tom wants to create a new app.

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