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

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はい、以下に "はる" についての情報をまとめます。

Tips to Remember the Japanese Word:
– "はる" sounds like "haru," which is also the word for "spring" in Japanese. Imagine sticking, pasting, or putting flowers, posters, or decorations during the spring season.

– "はる" (張る/貼る) means to stick, paste, or put something onto a surface.

Other Words That Mean the Same Thing:
– 貼り付ける (はりつける, haritsukeru) – to paste, to attach
– 貼り付け (はりつけ, haritsuke) – attachment

1. Infinitive (dictionary form):
– 張る/貼る (はる, haru)

2. Present/Future:
– 貼ります/張ります (はります, harimasu)

3. Past:
– 貼った/張った (はった, hatta)

4. Negative:
– 貼らない/張らない (はらない, haranai)

5. Negative Past:
– 貼らなかった/張らなかった (はらなかった, haranakatta)

Examples of Sentences:
1. 壁にポスターを貼る。
Kabe ni posutā o haru.
Put a poster on the wall.

2. 宿題をカレンダーに貼ります。
Shukudai o karendā ni harimasu.
I will stick the homework on the calendar.

3. 昨日、メモを冷蔵庫に貼った。
Kinō, memo o reizōko ni hatta.
Yesterday, I pasted the note on the refrigerator.

4. メールにファイルを貼り付ける。
Mēru ni fairu o haritsukeru.
Attach the file to the email.

5. 張り紙を剥がさないでください。
Harigami o hagasanaide kudasai.
Please do not remove the sticker.

Romanized Characters:
1. Kabe ni posutā o haru.
2. Shukudai o karendā ni harimasu.
3. Kinō, memo o reizōko ni hatta.
4. Mēru ni fairu o haritsukeru.
5. Harigami o hagasanaide kudasai.

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