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Speak (an order) in Japanese 🇯🇵

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

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Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– You can link the word 'はなして (hanae)' with 'hana' (flower) and visualize a flower speaking or opening up, helping you remember the word 'hanae'.

– 'はなして (hanae)' is the te-form of the verb 'はなす (hanasu)', which means 'to speak' or 'to talk'. The te-form is often used to make a command or request.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– しゃべる (shaberu): This can mean 'to talk' or 'to chat'.
– 話す (hanasu): This is the dictionary form meaning 'to speak' or 'to talk'.

Infinitive and different conjugations:
– Dictionary form: 話す (hanasu) – to speak
– Present: 話します (hanashimasu) – speak/speaks
– Past: 話した (hanaa) – spoke
– Present Negative: 話さない (hanasanai) – do not speak
– Past Negative: 話さなかった (hanasanakatta) – did not speak
– Future: 話すでしょう (hanasu deshou) – will speak

Examples of sentences:
– 先生、話してください。 (Sensei, hanae kudasai.) – Teacher, please speak.
– 話すのが好きです。 (Hanasu no ga suki desu.) – I like speaking.
– 彼は昨日たくさん話しました。 (Kare wa kinou takusan hanashimaa.) – He spoke a lot yesterday.
– 彼女は日本語で話さない。 (Kanojo wa Nihongo de hanasanai.) – She does not speak in Japanese.
– 明日、彼は私と話すでしょう。 (Aa, kare wa watashi to hanasu deshou.) – Tomorrow, he will speak with me.

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