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Win in Japanese 🇯🇵


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

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かつ (katsu):

Tips to Remember:
– Visualize a winner holding a "katana" (sword), relating "katsu" to victory.
– Think of "cutting" through obstacles to win, connecting "cut" with "katsu".

Explanations:
– "かつ" (katsu) is a verb in Japanese that means "to win."

Other Words that Mean the Same Thing:
– 勝利する (しょうりする, shōri suru) – to achieve victory
– トロフィーをつかむ (torofÄ« o tmu) – to seize the trophy (metaphorically meaning to win)
– 優勝(ゆうしょう, yuushou) – victory, championship

Conjugations:
– Present: かつ (katsu) – win
– Past: かった (katta) – won
– Negative: かたない (katanai) – do not win
– Past Negative: かたなかった (katanakatta) – did not win
– Te-form: かって (katte) – winning (used to connect clauses)
– Potential: かてる (kateru) – can win
– Volitional: かとう (katou) – let's win

Examples of Sentences:
1. Present:
– 試合にかつ (Shiai ni katsu) – Win the game.
2. Past:
– 試合にかった (Shiai ni katta) – Won the game.
3. Negative:
– 彼は試合にかたない (Kare wa shiai ni katanai) – He does not win the match.
4. Past Negative:
– 彼は試合にかたなかった (Kare wa shiai ni katanakatta) – He did not win the match.
5. Te-form:
– 一生懸命に頑張って、ついにかって (Isshoukenmei ni ganbatte, tsuini katte) – Worked hard, and finally winning.
6. Potential:
– このチームならかてる (Kono chÄ«mu nara kateru) – With this team, we can win.
7. Volitional:
– 一緒に大会でかとう (Issho ni taikai de katou) – Let's win the competition together.

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