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If you want it in present simple or future tense it would be 失敗します /shi-ppai shi ma su/ and if it's intended to mean in the past tense 失敗しました /shi-ppai shi ma shi ta/.

For failing in an exam 落ちます /o chi ma su/ in present/future tense and 落ちました /o chi ma shi ta/ for past tense can also be used.

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fail : feiru

to fail to go or to come : desokonau

to fail to do : shiotosu , kakasu

to fail in getting a job : abureru

to fail : dekisokonau , shisokonau , shisonjiru

to fail (e.g exam) : ochiru

to fail to hear : kikimorasu

to fail to notice : miotosu

to fail in making : tsukurizokonau , tsukurisokonau , tsukurisonjiru

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"Shiotoshita" is pronounced: shee-oh-toh-shee-tah.

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