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Spoke in Japanese 🇯🇵

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

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Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– Imagine shaking hands with "Hannah" every time you speak, thus "hana".
– Think of "speaking" as sending “flowers” (hana) through conversation.

– "はなした" (hanaa) is the past tense form of the verb "はなす" (hanasu), which means "to speak" or "to talk".

Other words that mean the same thing:
– 話した (はなした, hanaa) – Spoke
– 言った (いった, itta) – Said
– 語った (かたった, katatta) – Narrated or told

1. Infinitive (Dictionary form): はなす (hanasu) – to speak, to talk
2. Present simple: はなす (hanasu) – speaks, will speak
3. Past simple: はなした (hanaa) – spoke
4. Future: Will use the present simple form. For example, はなすだろう (hanasu darou) – will probably speak.
5. Negative: はなさない (hanasanai) – does not speak, will not speak
6. Past negative: はなさなかった (hanasanakatta) – did not speak
7. Te-form: はなして (hanae) – speaking (used in requests, continuative, etc.)
8. Potential: はなせる (hanaseru) – can speak
9. Volitional: はなそう (hanasou) – let’s speak

Example sentences:
1. 彼は昨日友達とはなした。
Kare wa kinou tomodachi to hanaa.
(He spoke with his friend yesterday.)

2. 私たちはその問題についてはなした。
Wataachi wa sono mondai ni tsuite hanaa.
(We spoke about that problem.)

3. 彼女は面白い物語をはなした。
Kanojo wa omoshiroi monogatari o hanaa.
(She spoke an interesting story.)

4. 彼はステージでゆっくりとはなした。
Kare wa suteeji de yukkuri to hanaa.
(He spoke slowly on the stage.)

5. 先生は生徒に大切なことをはなした。
Sensei wa seito ni taisetsu na koto o hanaa.
(The teacher spoke important things to the students.)

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