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Did not drink (polite) in Japanese 🇯🇵


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did not drink (polite) のみません でした
How to say “did not drink (polite)” in Japanese? “のみません でした”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “のみません でした” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on did not drink (polite) in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– "のみません (nomimasen)" means "do not drink" in a polite form. It is derived from the verb "のむ (nomu)" which means "to drink." To remember "のみました (nomimaa)," you can think of "nom" as a casual way some people say "eat" or "drink" in English, and "masen" sounds like "mass in," which you do not want to drink.
– "でした (dea)" is the past tense of "です (desu)," which means "is/am/are." So together, "のみません でした (nomimasen dea)" means "did not drink."

Explanations:
– "のむ (nomu)" is the dictionary form (infinitive) of the verb "to drink."
– "のみません (nomimasen)" is the negative polite form of "のむ (nomu)," meaning "do not drink."
– "のみません でした (nomimasen dea)" is the negative past tense polite form, meaning "did not drink."

Other words that mean the same thing:
– 飲まなかったです (nomanakatta desu) – Informal negative past tense, also means "did not drink."
– 飲みません (nomimasen) – Negative present/future tense, meaning "do not drink" or "will not drink."

Conjugations:
1. Infinitive: のむ (nomu) – to drink
2. Negative present/future: のみません (nomimasen) – do not drink, will not drink
3. Past: のみました (nomimaa) – drank
4. Negative past: のみません でした (nomimasen dea) – did not drink
5. Te-form: のんで (nonde) – drinking (used for continuous and compound forms)

Examples of sentences using "のみません でした":
1. 昨日お酒をのみません でした。 (Kinō o-sake o nomimasen dea.) – I did not drink alcohol yesterday.
2. 会議の後でコーヒーをのみません でした。 (Kaigi no ato de kōhÄ« o nomimasen dea.) – I did not drink coffee after the meeting.
3. 友達の家でジュースをのみません でした。 (Tomodachi no ie de jÅ«su o nomimasen dea.) – I did not drink juice at my friend's house.
4. レストランでお水をのみません でした。 (Resutoran de omizu o nomimasen dea.) – I did not drink water at the restaurant.

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