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Put on, wear (used for anything below the stomach)) in Japanese ๐Ÿ‡ฏ๐Ÿ‡ต

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sweep ใฏใ
How to say “sweep” in Japanese? “ใฏใ”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “ใฏใ” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on sweep in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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ใฏใ info.

Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– "ใฏใ" (haku) sounds like "hawk." Imagine a hawk sweeping its wings across the sky.

– "ใฏใ" (haku) is a verb in Japanese that means "to sweep" or "to brush."

Other words that mean the same thing:
– ๆŽƒ้™คใ™ใ‚‹ (ใใ†ใ˜ใ™ใ‚‹, souji suru) – to clean, to sweep
– ๆŽƒใ (ใฏใ, haku) – to sweep, to brush

Infinitive Conjugations:
– Plain form: ใฏใ (haku)
– Past affirmative: ใฏใ„ใŸ (haita)
– Past negative: ใฏใ‹ใชใ‹ใฃใŸ (hakanakatta)
– Present affirmative: ใฏใ (haku)
– Present negative: ใฏใ‹ใชใ„ (hakanai)
– Future affirmative: ใฏใ (haku)
– Future negative: ใฏใ‹ใชใ„ (hakanai)

Examples of sentences:
1. ๅฝผใฏๆฏŽๆ—ฅๅบญใ‚’ใฏใใ€‚
– Kare wa mainichi niwa o haku.
– He sweeps the garden every day.

2. ๅฝผๅฅณใฏ้ƒจๅฑ‹ใ‚’ใฏใ„ใŸใ€‚
– Kanojo wa heya o haita.
– She swept the room.

3. ๅ‹้”ใฏๅฐๆ‰€ใ‚’ใฏใ‹ใชใ„ใ€‚
– Tomodachi wa daidokoro o hakanai.
– My friend doesn't sweep the kitchen.

4. ็งใฏๆ˜Žๆ—ฅ้€šใ‚Šใ‚’ใฏใใคใ‚‚ใ‚Šใงใ™ใ€‚
– Watashi wa aa tลri o haku tsumori desu.
– I plan to sweep the street tomorrow.

5. ๆ˜จๆ—ฅใ€็ŒซใŒๆŽƒ้™คๆฉŸใซ้ฉšใ„ใฆใฏใ‹ใชใ‹ใฃใŸใ€‚
– Kinou, neko ga soujiki ni odoroite hakanakatta.
– Yesterday, the cat was startled by the vacuum cleaner and didn't sweep.

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ใฏใ info.

Tips to remember the Japanese word:
Think of "hak" in "haku" as the sound you make when you step into a pair of pants or pull on a skirt.

"ใฏใ" (haku) is a verb used specifically for putting on or wearing items below the waist, such as pants, skirts, and shoes.

Other words that mean the same thing:
Similar to "ใฏใ" but for different parts of the body is "ใใ‚‹" (kiru), which means "to wear" for the upper body, like shirts and jackets.

– Present/Future: ใฏใ (haku) – "to put on" / "will put on"
– Past: ใฏใ„ใŸ (haita) – "put on" (past tense)
– Negative: ใฏใ‹ใชใ„ (hakanai) – "do not put on"
– Te-form: ใฏใ„ใฆ (haite) – Used for connecting clauses or in continuous tense
– Conditional: ใฏใ‘ใฐ (hakeba) – "if put on"

Examples of sentences:
1. ๅฝผใฏๆ–ฐใ—ใ„้ดใ‚’ใฏใใฎใŒๅฅฝใใงใ™ใ€‚
(ใ‹ใ‚Œใฏ ใ‚ใŸใ‚‰ใ—ใ„ ใใคใ‚’ ใฏใใฎใŒ ใ™ใใงใ™ใ€‚)
Kare wa atarashii kutsu o haku no ga sukidesu.
He likes to wear new shoes.

2. ๆ˜จๆ—ฅใ€ใ“ใฎใƒ‘ใƒณใƒ„ใ‚’ใฏใ„ใŸใ€‚
(ใใฎใ†ใ€ใ“ใฎ ใƒ‘ใƒณใƒ„ใ‚’ ใฏใ„ใŸใ€‚)
Kinou, kono pantsu o haita.
I wore these pants yesterday.

3. ใ“ใฎใ‚นใ‚ซใƒผใƒˆใ‚’ใฏใ‹ใชใ„ใงใใ ใ•ใ„ใ€‚
(ใ“ใฎ ใ‚นใ‚ซใƒผใƒˆใ‚’ ใฏใ‹ใชใ„ใง ใใ ใ•ใ„ใ€‚)
Kono ato o hakanai de kudasai.
Please do not wear this skirt.

4. ๅฝผๅฅณใฏใ‚ธใƒผใƒณใ‚บใ‚’ใฏใ„ใฆใ„ใพใ™ใ€‚
(ใ‹ใฎใ˜ใ‚‡ใฏ ใ‚ธใƒผใƒณใ‚บใ‚’ ใฏใ„ใฆใ„ใพใ™ใ€‚)
Kanojo wa jiinzu o haiteimasu.
She is wearing jeans.

5. ใ“ใ‚Œใ‚’ใฏใ‘ใฐใ€ใจใฆใ‚‚ใŠใ—ใ‚ƒใ‚Œใซใชใ‚Šใพใ™ใ‚ˆใ€‚
(ใ“ใ‚Œใ‚’ ใฏใ‘ใฐใ€ใจใฆใ‚‚ ใŠใ—ใ‚ƒใ‚Œใซใชใ‚Šใพใ™ใ‚ˆใ€‚)
Kore o hakeba, totemo oshare ni narimasu yo.
If you put this on, you'll look very fashionable.

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