【4】Verb Course

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【4】Verb Course

Lesson 8: Negative Imperative 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?

Dictionary Form of Verb + な

Examples:

ExampleReadingImperative 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
やるやるやるな
食べるたべる食べるな
勉強するべんきょうする勉強するな
するするするな
来るくる来るな
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4 thoughts on “Lesson 8: Negative Imperative Form

  1. Wow, this is easy to remember. Shame the rest aren’t like this

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      Haha! That’s right😆

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  2. What about polite negative form Marshall?

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      ~ないでください

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