Verb Course

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Verb Course

Imperative Negative Form

In this lesson,I will teach you how to convert Japanese verbs to Imperative Negative Form.

What Does Imperative Negative Form Mean?

Negative Command Form means “Don’t do something”.

 

How to change Japanese Verbs to Imperative Negative Form?

Just add the な in the end of verb.
ExampleImperative Negative Form
会う(あう)会うな
行く(いく)行くな
嗅ぐ(かぐ)嗅ぐな
押す(おす)押すな
打つ(うつ)打つな
死ぬ(しぬ)死ぬな
呼ぶ(よぶ)呼ぶな
飲む(のむ)飲むな
やる→u-verbやるな
食べる(たべる)→ru-verb食べるな
勉強(べんきょう)する勉強するな
するするな
来る(くる)来(く)るな

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