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Order in Japanese 🇯🇵

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order ちゅうもん する
How to say “order” in Japanese? “ちゅうもん する”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “ちゅうもん する” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on order in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– Associate "ちゅうもん" (chūmon) with "注文" (chūmon) which means "order" or "request".
– Think of "する" (suru) as the common verb meaning "to do" or "to make".
– Imagine ordering at a restaurant to link the idea of making a request or order.

– "ちゅうもん する" (chūmon suru) is a phrase meaning "to order" or "to place an order".
– "注文" (chūmon) means "order" or "request".
– "する" (suru) is a verb that means "to do".

Other words that mean the same thing:
– オーダーする (ōdā suru) – to order.
– 頼む (たのむ, tanomu) – to request, to ask.


| Tense | Conjugation | Romanized Characters |
| Present | 注文する | chūmon suru |
| Past | 注文した | chūmon a |
| Negative | 注文しない | chūmon shinai |
| Past Negative | 注文しなかった | chūmon shinakatta |
| Polite Present | 注文します | chūmon shimasu |
| Polite Past | 注文しました | chūmon shimaa |
| Polite Negative | 注文しません | chūmon shimasen |
| Polite Past Negative | 注文しませんでした | chūmon shimasen dea|
| Te-form | 注文して | chūmon e |
| Potential | 注文できる | chūmon dekiru |
| Passive | 注文される | chūmon sareru |
| Causative | 注文させる | chūmon saseru |

Examples of sentences that use it:
1. 私はレストランでピザを注文した。
– (Watashi wa resutoran de piza o chūmon a.)
– "I ordered pizza at the restaurant."

2. 彼はインターネットで本を注文します。
– (Kare wa intānetto de hon o chūmon shimasu.)
– "He orders books online."

3. このアイテムは注文できません。
– (Kono aitemu wa chūmon dekimasen.)
– "This item cannot be ordered."

4. 彼女はドリンクを注文しなかった。
– (Kanojo wa dorinku o chūmon shinakatta.)
– "She did not order a drink."

5. 子供たちはアイスクリームを注文したい。
– (Kodomotachi wa aisukurīmu o chūmon ai.)
– "The children want to order ice cream."

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