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Take it (an order) in Japanese đŸ‡¯đŸ‡ĩ

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

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Tips to remember the Japanese word:
To remember "もãŖãĻ" (motte), you can think of the English word "motto." A motto is something you carry with you as a guiding principle, just like how "motte" means to take or carry something.

"もãŖãĻ" (motte) comes from the verb "持つ" (motsu), which means "to hold" or "to carry." When you use the te-form "もãŖãĻ" (motte), it is often used in commands or requests, similar to saying "take this" or "hold this" in English.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– 持ãŖãĻčĄŒã (もãŖãĻいく, motte iku): to take (something to a place)
– 持ãŖãĻæĨる (もãŖãĻくる, motte kuru): to bring (something here)

Infinitive and Conjugations:
Since "もãŖãĻ" (motte) is the te-form of the verb "持つ" (motsu), I will give you the conjugations for "持つ."

– Present: 持つ (もつ, motsu) – to hold
– Past: 持ãŖた (もãŖた, motta) – held
– Negative: 持たãĒい (もたãĒい, motanai) – not hold
– Past Negative: 持たãĒかãŖた (もたãĒかãŖた, motanakatta) – did not hold
– Potential: 持ãĻる (もãĻる, moteru) – can hold
– Volitional: 持とう (もとう, motou) – let's hold
– Conditional: 持ãĻば (もãĻば, moteba) – if (one) holds
– Te-Form: 持ãŖãĻ (もãŖãĻ, motte) – holding/taking
– Imperative: 持ãĻ (もãĻ, mote) – hold (command)

Examples of sentences that use it:
1. こぎバッグをもãŖãĻください。
(Kono baggu o motte kudasai.)
Please take this bag.

2. åŊŧãĢそれをもãŖãĻ行ãŖãĻください。
(Kare ni sore o motte itte kudasai.)
Please take it to him.

3. æŒãĄį‰Šã‚’ã‚‚ãŖãĻきãĻください。
(Mochimono o motte kite kudasai.)
Please bring your belongings.

4. こぎįŽąã‚’ã‚‚ãŖãĻ上ãĢ行ãŖãĻ。
(Kono hako o motte ue ni itte.)
Take this box upstairs.

By using these tips, explanations, and examples, you can better remember and understand how to use "もãŖãĻ" (motte) in Japanese.

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