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Speak, talk in Japanese 🇯🇵

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

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### Tips to Remember 'はなす'
Think of "Hannah's" (sounds like はなす – hana'su) favorite activity, which is speaking or talking.

### Explanations
はなす (hanasu) is a verb that means "to speak," "to talk," or "to converse." It can be used in various contexts when referring to the act of speaking or having a conversation.

### Other Words That Mean the Same Thing
– しゃべる (shaberu): to chat or talk informally.
– 語る (かたる – kataru): to tell or narrate.
– 述べる (のべる – noberu): to state or express.

### Conjugations for はなす
#### Present Tense (Dictionary Form)
– はなす (hanasu) – I speak, I talk.

#### Past Tense
– はなした (hanaa) – I spoke, I talked.

#### Negative Form (Present)
– はなさない (hanasanai) – I do not speak, I do not talk.

#### Past Negative
– はなさなかった (hanasanakatta) – I did not speak, I did not talk.

#### Present Continuous/Progressive
– はなしている (hanaeiru) – I am speaking, I am talking.

#### Volitional Form (Let's…)
– はなそう (hanasou) – Let's speak, let's talk.

#### Potential Form (Can…)
– はなせる (hanaseru) – I can speak, I can talk.

### Example Sentences
1. Present Tense
– 私は日本語をはなします。
(Watashi wa nihongo o hanashimasu.)
I speak Japanese.

2. Past Tense
– 昨日、彼と長い間はなしました。
(Kinou, kare to nagai aida hanashimaa.)
I spoke with him for a long time yesterday.

3. Negative Form
– 英語をはなさない人もいます。
(Eigo o hanasanai hito mo imasu.)
There are also people who do not speak English.

4. Past Negative
– 彼はそのことについてはなさなかった。
(Kare wa sono koto ni tsuite hanasanakatta.)
He did not talk about that matter.

5. Present Continuous
– 今、父が電話ではなしています。
(Ima, chichi ga denwa de hanaeimasu.)
My father is speaking on the phone right now.

6. Volitional Form
– あのカフェではなしましょう。
(Ano kafe de hanashimashou.)
Let's talk at that café.

7. Potential Form
– 彼女は五つの言語をはなせます。
(Kanojo wa itsutsu no gengo o hanasemasu.)
She can speak five languages.

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