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Japanese Lesson 22: Nai-Form

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Opis materiału Japanese Lesson 22: Nai-Form


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This lesson covers the "nai-form". With this conjugation, you will be able to negate verbs.

Notes:
Regular I
まちます ー> またない  /  to wait → to not wait
とります ー> とらない /  to take → to not take 
およぎます ー> およがない / to swim → to not swim
あいます ー> あわない / to meet → to not meet (special case)
かえります ー> かえらない / to return → to not return 
あそびます ー> あそばない / to play → to not play
のみます ー> のまない / to drink → to not drink 
かいます ー> かわない / to buy → to not buy (special case)
かきます ー> かかない / to write → to not write 

Regular II
たべます ー> たべない / to eat → to not eat
みます ー> みない / to see → to not see
あけます ー> あけない / to open → to not open
あげます ー> あげない / to give → to not give
とどけます ー> とどけない / to deliver → to not deliver
しめます ー> しめない / to close → to not close

Irregular Verbs
します ー> しない / to do → to not do
きます ー> こない / to come → to not come

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Cristian Salcedo
I love your classes sensei! However saying that the nai form is the negative of the masu is misleading as we have already learned here that masen is the negative of masu. nai form is the negative of the plain verbs ending in u and ru so tabe.ru --- tabenai , nom.u --- nomanai. I think this needs to be explained or it will confuse many people. Make more videos! really great way to learn Japanese!
Tonghe Wang
She's *great*! She uses very basic language to explain these grammar rules. She has great command over body language, which really helps you understand way better.
Charlie e
Why do you conjugate from Polite/Formal positive (masu) to Casual/Informal negative (nai). Shouldn't you show people how to conjugate from Casual/Informal positive (dictionary form) to Casual/Informal negative (nai) and from Polite/Formal positive (masu) to Polite/Formal negative (masen). They way you are teaching will make people conjugate incorrectly and think the correct way to make the Polite/Formal positive (masu) conjugation to become negative is to make it the Casual/Informal negative (nai) which is incorrect.You should always conjugate from the base verb (dictionary form) as masu is a conjugation of the dictionary form itself. Example:食べる (casual positive)  - 食べない (casual negative)食べます (polite positive) - 食べません (polite negative)I think it is bad teaching when you teach incorrectly and teach bad habits.
Ria Ria
What is the difference between regular verb1 and2?
musica shy
Thank you very much. My teacher dont want explain more and i didnt get it during class. You dont know how much help you just did to me. Im appreciated it.
アマンダ
So (correct me if I'm wrong) for example I want to say "I will not go" it's watashi wa ikanai. And if I said watashi wa ikimasen, that would translate to "I don't go" Right?
ChristianAdagio
SENSEI YOU HELP ME A LOT
Pomi Grg
arigatto gozaimasu sensei. 😀😀
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