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come to a stop, cease とまる
How to say “come to a stop, cease” in Japanese? “とまる”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “とまる” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on come to a stop, cease in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– You might associate "とまる" (tomaru) with the English word "to mar" (which means to impair or spoil), as stopping can sometimes mar or interrupt your progress.

– "とまる" (tomaru) means "to stop" or "to come to a stop." It can refer to stopping movement or ceasing activity.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– 止める (とめる, tomeru) – to stop something
– 中断する (ちゅうだんする, chuudan suru) – to suspend, to interrupt
– 終止する (しゅうしする, shuushi suru) – to stop, to bring to an end

– Present/Future: とまる (tomaru) – stops, will stop
– Example: バスがとまる。(Basu ga tomaru.) – The bus stops/will stop.
– Past: とまった (tomatta) – stopped
– Example: バスがとまった。(Basu ga tomatta.) – The bus stopped.
– Negative: とまらない (tomaranai) – does not stop
– Example: バスがとまらない。(Basu ga tomaranai.) – The bus does not stop.
– Past Negative: とまらなかった (tomaranakatta) – did not stop
– Example: バスがとまらなかった。(Basu ga tomaranakatta.) – The bus did not stop.
– Te-form (used for connecting actions): とまって (toma tte)
– Example: バスがとまって、降りました。(Basu ga tomatte, orimaa.) – The bus stopped, and I got off.
– Potential: とまれる (tomareru) – can stop
– Example: ここでバスがとまれる。(Koko de basu ga tomareru.) – The bus can stop here.
– Volitional: とまろう (tomarou) – let’s stop
– Example: ここでしばらくとまろう。(Koko de shibaraku tomarou.) – Let's stop here for a while.

Examples of sentences:
1. 車が急にとまった。(Kuruma ga kyuuni tomatta.) – The car suddenly stopped.
2. 時計が12時にとまった。(Tokei ga juu-ni ji ni tomatta.) – The clock stopped at 12 o’clock.
3. バス停でバスがとまる。(Basutei de basu ga tomaru.) – The bus stops at the bus stop.
4. 彼は忙しすぎてとまることがない。(Kare wa isogashisugite tomaru koto ga nai.) – He is too busy to stop.
5. このボタンを押したら機械がとまります。(Kono botan o oara kikai ga tomarimasu.) – If you press this button, the machine will stop.

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とまる info.

Sure, here's the detailed breakdown for 'とまる':

### Tips to Remember the Japanese Word
1. Visual Association: Imagine yourself stopping (as "とまる" can also mean "to stop") at a place to stay overnight.
2. Phonetic Mnemonic: Think of "Tom" (a common name) and imagine "Tom" staying overnight at a place.

### Explanations
– とまる (tomaru): Can mean 'to stay overnight' in the sense of staying at a place such as a hotel, inn, or friend's house. It also means 'to stop' as in to stop moving.

### Other Words that Mean the Same Thing
1. 宿泊する (しゅくはくする, shukuhaku suru): To stay (in a hotel, etc.).
2. 滞在する (たいざいする, taizai suru): To stay (more in the sense of remaining or residing somewhere for a period).

### Conjugations of とまる (Infinitive: 'to stay/to stop')
Present Affirmative: とまる (tomaru) – stays/stops.
Present Negative: とまらない (tomaranai) – does not stay/does not stop.
Past Affirmative: とまった (tomatta) – stayed/stopped.
Past Negative: とまらなかった (tomaranakatta) – did not stay/did not stop.
Present Progressive: とまっている (tomatte iru) – is staying/is stopping.
Imperative: とまれ (tomare) – stay!/stop!
Volitional: とまろう (tomarou) – let’s stay/let’s stop.

### Example Sentences
1. Present Affirmative:
– Japanese: 今日は友達の家にとまる。
– Romanized: Kyou wa tomodachi no ie ni tomaru.
– English: I am staying at my friend's house tonight.

2. Present Negative:
– Japanese: 今年は旅行先のホテルにはとまらない。
– Romanized: Kotoshi wa ryokousaki no hoteru niwa tomaranai.
– English: I am not staying at a hotel on this trip.

3. Past Affirmative:
– Japanese: 昨夜は旅館にとまった。
– Romanized: Sakuya wa ryokan ni tomatta.
– English: I stayed at a traditional inn last night.

4. Past Negative:
– Japanese: 昨日は何処にもとまらなかった。
– Romanized: Kinou wa dokoni mo tomaranakatta.
– English: I did not stay anywhere yesterday.

5. Present Progressive:
– Japanese: 彼は今、友達の家にとまっている。
– Romanized: Kare wa ima, tomodachi no ie ni tomatte iru.
– English: He is currently staying at a friend’s house.

6. Imperative:
– Japanese: ここにとまれ!
– Romanized: Koko ni tomare!
– English: Stay here!

7. Volitional:
– Japanese: 今日はホテルにとまろう。
– Romanized: Kyou wa hoteru ni tomarou.
– English: Let’s stay at a hotel tonight.

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