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Switch on, turn on in Japanese ๐Ÿ‡ฏ๐Ÿ‡ต

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attach, apply, put ใคใ‘ใ‚‹
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ใคใ‘ใ‚‹ info.

Tips to remember the Japanese word 'ใคใ‘ใ‚‹':
– The word 'ใคใ‘ใ‚‹' (tsukeru) can be remembered as a versatile verb that often involves the idea of attaching or affixing something.
– Think of 'ใคใ‘ใ‚‹' as similar to the English words like attach, apply, or put, each emphasizing the action of making one thing adhere to or be associated with another.

– 'ใคใ‘ใ‚‹' (tsukeru) is a transitive verb, meaning that it requires a direct object. So you can use it to say that you attach or add something to something else.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– ่ฒผใ‚‹ (ใฏใ‚‹, haru) – to stick, to paste (more often used with physical sticking like stickers)
– ่ฃ…็€ใ™ใ‚‹ (ใใ†ใกใ‚ƒใใ™ใ‚‹, sลchaku suru) – to attach (a bit more formal)

Different conjugations:
– Dictionary Form (Infinitive): ใคใ‘ใ‚‹ (tsukeru)
– Present/Future: ใคใ‘ใพใ™ (tsukemasu)
– Past: ใคใ‘ใพใ—ใŸ (tsukemaa)
– Negative: ใคใ‘ใชใ„ (tsukenai)
– Past Negative: ใคใ‘ใพใ›ใ‚“ใงใ—ใŸ (tsukemasen dea)
– Te-form: ใคใ‘ใฆ (tsukete)
– Potential Form: ใคใ‘ใ‚‰ใ‚Œใ‚‹ (tsukerareru)

Examples of sentences:
1. ็งใฏใ‚ทใƒผใƒซใ‚’ใƒŽใƒผใƒˆใซใคใ‘ใพใ—ใŸใ€‚
– ใ‚ใŸใ—ใฏใ‚ทใƒผใƒซใ‚’ใƒŽใƒผใƒˆใซใคใ‘ใพใ—ใŸใ€‚
– Watashi wa shฤซru o nลto ni tsukemaa.
– I attached a sticker to the notebook.

2. ๆ–ฐใ—ใ„ใƒฉใƒ™ใƒซใ‚’ใ“ใฎ็ฎฑใซไป˜ใ‘ใฆใใ ใ•ใ„ใ€‚
– ใ‚ใŸใ‚‰ใ—ใ„ใƒฉใƒ™ใƒซใ‚’ใ“ใฎใฏใ“ใซใคใ‘ใฆใใ ใ•ใ„ใ€‚
– Atarashฤซ raberu o kono hako ni tsukete kudasai.
– Please attach the new label to this box.

3. ๅฝผใฏ่ปŠใฎใƒใƒณใƒ‘ใƒผใซไฝ•ใ‹ใ‚’ใคใ‘ใพใ—ใŸใ€‚
– ใ‹ใ‚Œใฏใใ‚‹ใพใฎใƒใƒณใƒ‘ใƒผใซใชใซใ‹ใ‚’ใคใ‘ใพใ—ใŸใ€‚
– Kare wa kuruma no banpฤ ni nanika o tsukemaa.
– He attached something to the car bumper.

4. ใ‚ใชใŸใฏใ“ใฎใ“ใจใ‚’่ฆšใˆใ‚‰ใ‚Œใพใ™ใ‹๏ผŸ
– ใ‚ใชใŸใฏใ“ใฎใ“ใจใ‚’ใŠใผใˆใ‚‰ใ‚Œใพใ™ใ‹๏ผŸ
– Anata wa kono koto o oboeraremasu ka?
– Can you remember this?

5. ๅฝผๅฅณใฏใ„ใคใ‚‚ๆ ก็ซ ใ‚’ใคใ‘ใฆใ„ใพใ™ใ€‚
– ใ‹ใฎใ˜ใ‚‡ใฏใ„ใคใ‚‚ใ“ใ†ใ—ใ‚‡ใ†ใ‚’ใคใ‘ใฆใ„ใพใ™ใ€‚
– Kanojo wa itsumo kลshล o tsuketeimasu.
– She always wears her school badge.

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ใคใ‘ใ‚‹ info.

Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– Imagine turning on a light switch and saying "tsu" (in a burst of excitement) and then gently saying "keru" (like the click of the switch).
– Associate 'tsu' with "twist" and 'keru' with "carefully", as in "twist carefully" to switch something on.

The verb ใคใ‘ใ‚‹ (tsukeru) is used to mean "to turn on" or "to switch on a device or light". It's a transitive verb, meaning it requires a direct object.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– ็‚นใ‘ใ‚‹ (ใคใ‘ใ‚‹, tsukeru) โ€“ Specifically means "to light" or "to ignite", often used interchangeably.
– ้›ปๆบใ‚’ๅ…ฅใ‚Œใ‚‹ (ใงใ‚“ใ’ใ‚“ใ‚’ใ„ใ‚Œใ‚‹, dengen o ireru) โ€“ Specifically means "to turn on the power".


– Plain: ใคใ‘ใ‚‹ (tsukeru)
– Polite: ใคใ‘ใพใ™ (tsukemasu)

– Plain: ใคใ‘ใŸ (tsuketa)
– Polite: ใคใ‘ใพใ—ใŸ (tsukemaa)

– Plain: ใคใ‘ใชใ„ (tsukenai)
– Polite: ใคใ‘ใพใ›ใ‚“ (tsukemasen)

Negative Past:
– Plain: ใคใ‘ใชใ‹ใฃใŸ (tsukenakatta)
– Polite: ใคใ‘ใพใ›ใ‚“ใงใ—ใŸ (tsukemasen dea)

Examples of sentences:

1. ็งใฏ้ƒจๅฑ‹ใฎ้›ปๆฐ—ใ‚’ใคใ‘ใ‚‹ใ€‚
– Watashi wa heya no denki o tsukeru.
– I turn on the room light.

2. ๆ˜Žใ‹ใ‚Šใ‚’ใคใ‘ใฆใใ ใ•ใ„ใ€‚
– Akari o tsukete kudasai.
– Please turn on the light.

3. ๅฝผใฏใƒ†ใƒฌใƒ“ใ‚’ใคใ‘ใŸใ€‚
– Kare wa terebi o tsuketa.
– He turned on the TV.

4. ใ‚ใชใŸใฏใ‚จใ‚ขใ‚ณใƒณใ‚’ใคใ‘ใพใ—ใŸใ‹๏ผŸ
– Anata wa eakon o tsukemaa ka?
– Did you turn on the air conditioner?

5. ๅฝผๅฅณใฏใ‚ณใƒณใƒ”ใƒฅใƒผใ‚ฟใƒผใ‚’ใคใ‘ใพใ›ใ‚“ใงใ—ใŸใ€‚
– Kanojo wa konpyลซtฤ o tsukemasen dea.
– She did not turn on the computer.

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