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

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Tips to remember the Japanese word 'ひっこす':
1. Imagine packing a suitcase ('hi') and moving it ('ko') step-by-step ('su').
2. Connect the first sound 'hi' with 'hiking', imagining yourself hiking to a new home.
3. Visualize the double 'k' as symbolizing the effort and energy required to move.

– ひっこす (hikkosu) is a verb that means to move or relocate, particularly in the context of changing one's residence.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– 引っ越しする (ひっこしする, hikkoshi suru) – to move/relocate (more formal).
– 転居する (てんきょする, tenkyo suru) – to change residence (a bit formal, often seen in written Japanese).

Conjugations (infinitive):
1. Present/Future: ひっこす (hikkosu)
2. Past: ひっこした (hikkoa)
3. Negative: ひっこさない (hikkosanai)
4. Past Negative: ひっこさなかった (hikkosanakatta)
5. Te-form: ひっこして (hikkoe)
6. Potential: ひっこせる (hikkoseru)
7. Volitional: ひっこそう (hikkosou)

Example sentences:
1. Present/Future:
– 彼は新しいアパートにひっこす。(Kare wa atarashii apaato ni hikkosu.)
– He will move to a new apartment.

2. Past:
– 昨日、彼女は東京から大阪にひっこした。(Kinou, kanojo wa Toukyou kara Oosaka ni hikkoa.)
– Yesterday, she moved from Tokyo to Osaka.

3. Negative:
– 私たちは今年はひっこさない。(Wataachi wa kotoshi wa hikkosanai.)
– We are not moving this year.

4. Past Negative:
– 彼はけっきょくひっこさなかった。(Kare wa kekkyoku hikkosanakatta.)
– In the end, he didn’t move.

5. Te-form:
– 彼女は新しい家にひっこしてから忙しくなった。(Kanojo wa atarashii ie ni hikkoe kara isogashiku natta.)
– She became busy after moving to a new house.

6. Potential:
– 私は来月までにひっこせるかもしれない。(Watashi wa raigetsu made ni hikkoseru kamo shirenai.)
– I might be able to move by next month.

7. Volitional:
– さあ、新しい家にひっこそう! (Saa, atarashii ie ni hikkosou!)
– Come on, let’s move to a new house!

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