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Japanese Lesson 24: Nakereba Narimasen

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Opis materiału Japanese Lesson 24: Nakereba Narimasen


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This lesson covers the sentence pattern "nakereba narimasen". With this sentence, you will be able to say "must do something" in Japanese.

Notes:

Must go
いきます → いかない / to go → to not go
いきます → いかなければなりません / to go → must go
あした  / tomorrow
ぎんこう / bank 
あしたぎんこうにいかなければなりません。 / [I] must go to the bank tomorrow.

Must do
します → しない / to do → to not do
します → しなければたりません / to do → must do
しゅくだい / homework
しゅくだいをしなければなりません。 / [I] must do homework.

Must watch
みます → みない / to watch → to not watch
みます → みなければなりません / to watch → must watch
このえいが / This movie
このえいがをみなければなりません。 / [I] must watch this movie.

Must read
よみます → よまない / to read → to not read
よみます → よまなければなりません / to read → must read
このほん / this book
らいしゅう / next week
らいしゅうでにこのほんをよまなければなりません。 / [I] must read this book by next week.

Must make 
つくります → つくらない / to make → to not make
つくります → つくらなければなりません / to make → must make
ばんごはん / dinner 
ばんごはんをつくらなければなりません。 / [I] must make dinner.

Must deliver
とどけます → とどけない / to deliver → to not deliver
とどけます → とどけなければなりません / to deliver → must deliver
このはな /  these flowers.
このはなをとどけなければなりません。 / [I] must go deliver these flowers.

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Renzo
It seems like "なければなりません" is a negative, but it's translated as an imperative... so is it actually something like "can't avoid doing", "can't skip", "can't leave un-done"?
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