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Take (an order) in Japanese 🇯🇵

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

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Tips to remember the Japanese word 'とって':
– Think of "take" as "to-te" which sounds like とって (totte) in Japanese.
– Visualize taking an order by hand; hands (て) in Japanese help in taking (とる).

– とって (totte) is the te-form of the verb とる (toru).
– The te-form is often used to make requests, commands, and helps in forming progressive tenses and connect sentences.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– 注文を受ける (ちゅうもんをうける, chÅ«mon wo ukeru): to take an order

Conjugations of とる (toru):
– Present: とる (toru) – (I/you/he/she/they) take
– Past: とった (totta) – (I/you/he/she/they) took
– Future: とる (toru) – (I/you/he/she/they) will take
– Present Continuous: とっている (totte iru) – (I/you/he/she/they) am/are/is taking
– Negative: とらない (toranai) – (I/you/he/she/they) don’t take
– Past Negative: とらなかった (toranakatta) – (I/you/he/she/they) didn’t take

Examples of sentences:
1. 彼は注文をとっている。 (かれはちゅうもんをとっている。, Kare wa chÅ«mon wo totte iru.) – He is taking the order.
2. 私はその本をとった。 (わたしはそのほんをとった, Watashi wa sono hon o totta.) – I took that book.
3. あなたはそれをとりますか? (あなたはそれをとりますか?, Anata wa sore o torimasu ka?) – Will you take that?
4. 彼女は写真をよくとる。 (かのじょはしゃしんをよくとる。, Kanojo wa shashin o yoku toru.) – She often takes photos.
5. 私はペンをとらなかった。 (わたしはペンをとらなかった。, Watashi wa pen o toranakatta.) – I didn't take the pen.

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