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Pull, drag in Japanese 🇯🇵

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

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Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– You can remember "ひっぱる" (hipparu) by breaking it down into two parts: "ひっ" (hip) and "ぱる" (paru). Imagine pulling something with your hip powerfully to "pull or drag" it towards you.

– "ひっぱる" (hipparu) means to pull or drag something towards you. It infers an action of exerting a force to change the position of an object by pulling.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– 引く (ひく, hiku): to pull
– 引きずる (ひきずる, hikizuru): to drag

– Infinitive/Dictionary form: ひっぱる (hipparu) – to pull/drag

– Present:
ひっぱります (hipparimasu) – polite
ひっぱる (hipparu) – plain

– Past:
ひっぱりました (hipparimaa) – polite
ひっぱった (hippatta) – plain

– Negative:
ひっぱりません (hipparimasen) – polite
ひっぱらない (hipparanai) – plain

– Te-form:
ひっぱって (hippatte)

– Volitional:
ひっぱろう (hipparou) – plain
ひっぱりましょう (hipparimashou) – polite

Examples of sentences:
1. 彼は部屋の中に重い箱をひっぱった。
Kare wa heya no naka ni omoi hako o hippatta.
He dragged the heavy box inside the room.

2. 子供たちはロープをひっぱって遊んでいる。
Kodomotachi wa roopu o hippatte asonde iru.
The children are playing by pulling the rope.

3. 彼女はドアをひっぱったが、開かなかった。
Kanojo wa doa o hippatta ga, akanakatta.
She pulled the door, but it didn’t open.

4. 犬はリードをひっぱりすぎる。
Inu wa riido o hipparisugiru.
The dog pulls the leash too much.

5. 私たちは一緒にその車をひっぱりましょう。
Wataachi wa issho ni sono kuruma o hipparimashou.
Let's pull that car together.

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