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Morning, am in Japanese πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

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

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Tips to Remember the Japanese Word (γ”γœγ‚“ – gozen):
– Think of "gozen" as "go zen in the morning" where "zen" represents a peaceful start to your day.
– Associate "go" with "go ahead" and "zen" with meditation, picturing starting your morning in a calm and orderly manner.

– "γ”γœγ‚“" (gozen) refers to the time in the morning, specifically the hours before noon (A.M.).
– In Japanese, it's often paired with a numeral to specify the time, for example, "γ”γœγ‚“7じ" (gozen shichi-ji) means 7 a.m.

Other Words That Mean the Same Thing:
– "あさ" (asa) directly means "morning" but isn't specific to a.m. times.
– "しんや" (shinya) refers to late-night or early morning hours, but is specific to those late/early hours rather than the A.M. period specifically.

Alternate Meanings Like Slang:
– "γ”γœγ‚“" (gozen) does not have widely known slang meanings. It is usually formal.
– There are no significant alternate meanings, as "gozen" is primarily used in a clear and straightforward context indicating a.m.

Examples of Sentences that Use It:
1. "η§γ―γ”γœγ‚“6γ˜γ«γŠγγΎγ™γ€‚"
– Romanized: "Watashi wa gozen roku-ji ni okimasu."
– Translation: "I wake up at 6 a.m."
2. "δΌšθ­°γ―γ”γœγ‚“9γ˜γ«ε§‹γΎγ‚ŠγΎγ™γ€‚"
– Romanized: "Kaigi wa gozen ku-ji ni hajimarimasu."
– Translation: "The meeting starts at 9 a.m."
3. "γ”γœγ‚“8γ˜γΎγ§γ«γ―γ“γ“γ«ζ₯てください。"
– Romanized: "Gozen hachi-ji made ni wa koko ni kite kudasai."
– Translation: "Please come here by 8 a.m."
4. "明ζ—₯γ”γœγ‚“11γ˜γ«ι§…γ§δΌšγ„γΎγ—γ‚‡γ†γ€‚"
– Romanized: "Aa gozen juu-ichi-ji ni eki de aimashou."
– Translation: "Let's meet at the station at 11 a.m. tomorrow."

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