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Slide, slip in Japanese 🇯🇵

in English in Japanese S
slide, slip すべる
How to say “slide, slip” in Japanese? “すべる”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “すべる” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on slide, slip in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the Japanese word "すべる" (suberu):
– Imagine stepping on a bar of soap and slipping, associating the smooth motion with "su".
– Think of "sub" as in subtracting friction and "eru" as the verb ending indicating the state of sliding.

– "すべる" (suberu) means to slip or slide. It represents the action of moving smoothly over a surface, often unintentionally, such as slipping on ice.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– 滑る (suberu) uses kanji but has the same pronunciation and meaning.
– 滑動 (katsudou) means slide, often used in scientific contexts.

– Infinitive: すべる (suberu)
– Present: すべります (suberimasu) – polite form
– Past: すべった (subetta)
– Negative: すべらない (suberanai)
– Past Negative: すべらなかった (suberanakatta)
– Te-form: すべって (subette)
– Potential: すべれる (subereru)

Examples of sentences using すべる:

– Present: 彼は氷の上でよくすべります。(Kare wa kōri no ue de yoku suberimasu.) – He often slips on the ice.
– Past: 昨日、彼は階段ですべった。(Kinō, kare wa kaidan de subetta.) – Yesterday, he slipped on the stairs.
– Negative: 彼女は一度もすべらない。(Kanojo wa ichido mo suberanai.) – She never slips.
– Past Negative: 彼は泥の上で全然すべらなかった。(Kare wa doro no ue de zenzen suberanakatta.) – He did not slip at all on the mud.
– Te-form: 友達と湖の上でスケートをすべって楽しかったです。(Tomodachi to mizuumi no ue de sukeeto o subette tanoshikatta desu.) – It was fun skating on the lake with friends.
– Potential: 雨の日は道が滑りやすいので注意してください。(Ame no hi wa michi ga suberiyasui node chÅ«i e kudasai.) – Please be careful as the roads are slippery on rainy days.

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