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Make it (an order) in Japanese 🇯🇵

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

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Tips to remember the Japanese word:

– Associate つくって (tsukutte) with “to create” or “to make.” You can picture someone crafting or making something with their hands to remember this word.

– Break it down: つくる (tsukuru) is the verb "to make" or "to create," and つくって (tsukutte) is the te-form which can be used to give a command.


– つくって (tsukutte) is the te-form of the verb つくる (tsukuru), which means "to make" or "to create." The te-form can be used to create a casual command, among other grammatical uses.

Other words that mean the same thing:

– 作る (つくる, tsukuru) – to make, to create.
– 制作する (せいさくする, seisaku suru) – to produce, to manufacture.
– 編む (あむ, amu) – to knit, used for making things with thread or yarn.

Conjugations of つくる (tsukuru):

– Present: つくる (tsukuru) – "make/create"
– Example: ケーキをつくる。 (Keeki o tsukuru.) – "I make a cake."

– Past: つくった (tsukutta) – "made/created"
– Example: 昨日、彼が夕食をつくった。 (Kinou, kare ga yuushoku o tsukutta.) – "He made dinner yesterday."

– Negative: つくらない (tsukuranai) – "do not make/create"
– Example: 私はそれをつくらない。 (Watashi wa sore o tsukuranai.) – "I do not make that."

– Negative Past: つくらなかった (tsukuranakatta) – "did not make/create"
– Example: 彼女は昨日ケーキをつくらなかった。 (Kanojo wa kinou keeki o tsukuranakatta.) – "She didn't make a cake yesterday."

– Te-form: つくって (tsukutte) – "make (it)" [te-form command]
– Example: すぐにレポートをつくって。 (Sugu ni repooto o tsukutte.) – "Make the report immediately."

Examples of sentences using つくって (tsukutte):

1. 朝ごはんをつくって。 (Asagohan o tsukutte.) – Make breakfast.
2. このドレスをつくってください。 (Kono doresu o tsukutte kudasai.) – Please make this dress.
3. お弁当をつくってくれますか? (Obento o tsukutte kuremasu ka?) – Can you make a bento for me?
4. 家具をつくってみた。 (Kagu o tsukutte mita.) – I tried making furniture.
5. 子供たちのためにおもちゃをつくって。 (Kodomo-tachi no tame ni omocha o tsukutte.) – Make toys for the children.

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