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Did not drink in Japanese 🇯🇵

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did not drink のまなかった
How to say “did not drink” in Japanese? “のまなかった”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “のまなかった” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on did not drink in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to Remember the Japanese Word:
– Break down the word into parts: "のま" (noma) is the stem of the verb "to drink", and "なかった" (nakatta) is a negative past tense ending.
– Visualize someone not drinking something as you say "noma nakatta" to associate the action with the word.

– The verb "のむ" (nomu) means "to drink".
– "のまなかった" (nomanakatta) is the past negative form of the verb "のむ".

Other Words that Mean the Same Thing:
– 飲まない (のまない, nomanai) means "do not drink" in the present negative form.
– 飲んでいない (のんでいない, nonde inai) means "have not drunk".

– The infinitive or dictionary form of the verb is "のむ" (nomu).

– Present/Future Positive: のむ (nomu) – I drink/I will drink
– Present/Future Negative: 飲まない (のまない, nomanai) – I do not drink/I will not drink
– Past Positive: 飲んだ (のんだ, nonda) – I drank
– Past Negative: 飲まなかった (のまなかった, nomanakatta) – I did not drink
– Te-form (used for continuous and other tenses): 飲んで (のんで, nonde)

Examples of Sentences:
– 昨日はお酒をのまなかった。 (きのう は おさけ を のまなかった。)
Kinou wa osake o nomanakatta.
I did not drink alcohol yesterday.

– 彼は全然水をのまなかった。 (かれ は ぜんぜん みず を のまなかった。)
Kare wa zenzen mizu o nomanakatta.
He did not drink any water at all.

– 飲み会でビールをのまなかった。 (のみかい で ビール を のまなかった。)
Nomikai de biiru o nomanakatta.
I did not drink beer at the drinking party.

– 彼女は薬をのまなかった。 (かのじょ は くすり を のまなかった。)
Kanojo wa kusuri o nomanakatta.
She did not take (drink) her medicine.

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