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Sleep (an order) in Japanese 🇯🇵

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sleep (an order) ねて
How to say “sleep (an order)” in Japanese? “ねて”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “ねて” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on sleep (an order) in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the Japanese word:
1. "ねて" (nete) sounds like "net," as in a net you might throw over someone, metaphorically putting them to sleep.
2. Picture a cozy nest (sounds like "nete") for a bird to lay down and sleep in.

"ねて" (nete) is the te-form of the verb "ねる" (neru), which means "to sleep." The te-form is often used when giving commands or making requests in a casual setting.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– "ねる" (neru): to sleep, to lie down
– "すいみんをとる" (suimin o toru): to get sleep (more formal)

Different conjugations:
– Infinitive (dictionary form): ねる (neru)
– Present tense: ねる (neru)
– Past tense: ねた (neta)
– Future tense: ねる (neru) (same as present; context determines meaning)
– Negative form: ねない (nenai)
– Te-form: ねて (nete)
– Potential form: ねられる (nerareru)
– Imperative form: ねろ (nero) (less polite)

Examples of sentences:
1. 今夜は早くねてください。
(Kon'ya wa hayaku nete kudasai.)
Please sleep early tonight.

2. 昨夜、しっかりねたので、今日は元気です。
(Sakuya, shikkari neta node, kyou wa genki desu.)
Since I slept well last night, I am full of energy today.

3. 彼らは赤ちゃんをねかせるのに苦労しました。
(Karera wa akachan o nekaseru no ni kurou shimaa.)
They had a hard time putting the baby to sleep.

4. 明日早いから、もうねます。
(Aa hayai kara, mou nemasu.)
I have to wake up early tomorrow, so I’m going to sleep now.

5. ねないと体に悪いですよ。
(Nenai to karada ni warui desu yo.)
If you don’t sleep, it’s bad for your health.

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