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

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Tips to remember the Japanese word かく (kaku):
– Remember that かく (kaku) sounds like "cuckoo" which is a sound similar to writing (scribbling) sounds.
– Picture a cuckoo bird writing with its beak, this imagery can help solidify the verb in your memory.

The verb かく (kaku) means "to write" in Japanese. It is a common verb used in a variety of contexts involving writing text, drawing pictures, or composing letters.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– 書く (かく, kaku) – Standard term for "to write".
– 描く (えがく, egaku) – While it can also mean "to write," it is more often used to mean "to draw" or "to depict."

– Present/Future:
– 書く (kaku) – "write/will write"
– 書かγͺい (kakanai) – "do not write/will not write"
– Past:
– ζ›Έγ„γŸ (kaita) – "wrote"
– 書かγͺγ‹γ£γŸ (kakanakatta) – "did not write"
– Te form:
– 書いて (kaite) – "writing/please write"
– Conditional:
– 書けば (kakeba) – "if write"
– 書かγͺγ‘γ‚Œγ° (kakanakereba) – "if do not write"
– Volitional:
– 書こう (kakou) – "let’s write"
– Potential:
– 書ける (kakeru) – "can write"
– 書けγͺい (kakenai) – "cannot write"

Examples of sentences:
– 彼は毎ζ—₯ζ—₯θ¨˜γ‚’ζ›Έγγ€‚(kare wa mainichi nikki o kaku.) – He writes in his diary every day.
– ζ‰‹η΄™γ‚’ζ›ΈγγΎγ›γ‚“γ‹οΌŸ(tegami o kakimasen ka?) – Would you like to write a letter?
– 昨ζ—₯δ½œζ–‡γ‚’ζ›ΈγγΎγ—γŸγ€‚(kinou sakubun o kakimaa.) – I wrote an essay yesterday.
– ε½Όε₯³γ―ι»’ζΏγ«εε‰γ‚’ζ›Έγ„γŸγ€‚(kanojo wa kokuban ni namae o kaita.) – She wrote her name on the blackboard.
– δ»Šγ€γƒ‘γƒΌγƒ«γ‚’ζ›Έγ„γ¦γ„γΎγ™γ€‚(ima, meeru o kaiteimasu.) – I am writing an email now.

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