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take (a shower) あびる
How to say “take (a shower)” in Japanese? “あびる”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “あびる” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on take (a shower) in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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あびる info.

Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– Picture yourself under a waterfall, and think of the sound "A-BI-RU" as the water showers over you.
– You can create a mnemonic where "A Big Rain" (ABI RU) showers you.

– あびる (abiru) is a verb in Japanese that means "to bathe," "to shower," or "to be drenched."

Other words that mean the same thing:
– シャワーを浴びる (shawā o abiru) – to take a shower.
– 入浴する (にゅうよくする, nyÅ«yoku suru) – to take a bath, to bathe.

Infinitive: あびる (abiru)
Present: あびる (abiru) – to bathe/shower
Past: あびた (abita) – bathed/showered
Negative: あびない (abinai) – not bathe/not shower
Past Negative: あびなかった (abinakatta) – did not bathe/did not shower
Polite Present: あびます (abimasu) – to bathe/shower (polite)
Polite Past: あびました (abimaa) – bathed/showered (polite)
Polite Negative: あびません (abimasen) – not bathe/not shower (polite)
Polite Past Negative: あびませんでした (abimasendea) – did not bathe/did not shower (polite)
Te form: あびて (abite) – bathing/showering (used for making requests, connecting clauses, etc.)
Conditional: あびれば (abireba) – if bathe/if shower

Examples of sentences that use it:
– 毎朝シャワーを浴びます。(まいあさ シャワー を あびます。Maiasa shawā o abimasu.) – I take a shower every morning.
– 昨日は雨にあびた。(きのうは あめ に あびた。Kinou wa ame ni abita.) – I got drenched in the rain yesterday.
– 彼はプールのあとでシャワーをあびました。(かれは プール の あと で シャワー を あびました。Kare wa pÅ«ru no ato de shawā o abimaa.) – He took a shower after the pool.
– あなたは今日シャワーをあびましたか。(あなたは きょう シャワー を あびましたか。Anata wa kyō shawā o abimaa ka?) – Did you take a shower today?
– 彼女は毎晩お風呂にあびます。(かのじょは まいばん おふろ に あびます。Kanojo wa maiban ofuro ni abimasu.) – She takes a bath every night.

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