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verbal message でんごん する
How to say “verbal message” in Japanese? “でんごん する”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “でんごん する” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on verbal message in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– Imagine a "den" full of messengers going on errands (den) + "gong" which sounds like the message being delivered (gonsuru, though not directly related, helps to break the word down).

– "でんごん する" (dengon suru) means "to convey a message" or "to relay a message." It is a compound verb: "でんごん" (dengon) means "message," and "する" (suru) means "to do."

Other words that mean the same thing:
– ηŸ₯らせる (shiraseru) – to inform, to notify
– δΌγˆγ‚‹ (tsutaeru) – to report, to tell

1. Present/Future Tense:
– English: convey a message
– Japanese: でんごんする / でんごんします (dengon suru / dengon shimasu)

2. Past Tense:
– English: conveyed a message
– Japanese: γ§γ‚“γ”γ‚“γ—γŸ / γ§γ‚“γ”γ‚“γ—γΎγ—γŸ (dengon a / dengon shimaa)

3. Negative Present/Future Tense:
– English: do not convey a message
– Japanese: でんごんしγͺい / でんごんしません (dengon shinai / dengon shimasen)

4. Negative Past Tense:
– English: did not convey a message
– Japanese: でんごんしγͺγ‹γ£γŸ / γ§γ‚“γ”γ‚“γ—γΎγ›γ‚“γ§γ—γŸ (dengon shinakatta / dengon shimasen dea)

5. Te-form:
– Used for connecting clauses or making requests
– Japanese: でんごんして (dengon e)

Examples of sentences that use it:
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– Kare wa watashi ni dengon suru you ni tanonda.
– He asked me to convey a message.

2. γ§γ‚“γ”γ‚“γ—γ¦γ‚‚γ‚‰γˆγΎγ™γ‹οΌŸ
– Dengon e moraemasu ka?
– Could you relay a message for me?

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– Kanojo wa sude ni dengon shimaa.
– She already conveyed the message.

4. でんごんしγͺくてはいけません。
– Dengon shinakute wa ikemasen.
– I have to convey the message.

5. 彼はまだでんごんしていません。
– Kare wa mada dengon e imasen.
– He hasn't conveyed the message yet.

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