JLPT N5 Vocabulary


to line up,to stand in a line

JLPT N5 vocabulary list

Learn Japanese vocabulary: 【ならぶ】(narabu). Meaning: to line up,to stand in a line.

Type: Verb, Godan verb, Intransitive verb

Level: JLPT N5 Vocabulary

- Example Sentences

Each example sentence includes a Japanese furigana reading, the romaji reading, and the English translation.

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Example #1

watashi wa soko ni nan jikan mo naranda.
I was in line there for many hours.
Example #2

ano ko wa ashi ga itai kara narabana katta.
That child didn't line up because his leg hurt.
Example #3

narabu koto wa oya kara oshiete kureta.
My parents taught me to line up.
Example #4

watashi wa narabu koto ga amari sukijanai
I don't like to line up.
Example #5

daisuki na aidoru ni aeru you ni, 5 jikan naranda.
I lined up for 5 hours so that I could meet my favorite idol.

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