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Did not fly in Japanese 🇯🇵

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did not fly とばなかった
How to say “did not fly” in Japanese? “とばなかった”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “とばなかった” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on did not fly 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 hiragana: とば (toba) + なかった (nakatta). "とば" (toba) comes from the verb "とぶ" (tobu) meaning "to fly." "なかった" (nakatta) is a past negative ending.
– Visualization: Imagine a bird trying to fly but failing, so keep repeating "toba-nai" in your head which helps you remember "とばない" (does not fly) and then "とばなかった" (did not fly).

– "とばなかった" (tobanakatta) is the past negative form of the verb "とぶ" (tobu), which means "to fly."
– It is used to describe something that did not fly in the past.
– Conjugation:
– Dictionary form (infinitive): とぶ (tobu) – to fly
– Negative form: とばない (tobanai) – does not fly
– Past form: とんだ (tonda) – flew
– Past negative form: とばなかった (tobanakatta) – did not fly
– Te-form: とんで (tonde) – flying

Other words that mean the same thing:
– 飛ばなかった (とばなかった) – using the kanji form of the verb

Examples of sentences that use it:
1. 鳥はとばなかった。 (とりはとばなかった。) Romanized: Tori wa tobanakatta. Translation: The bird did not fly.
2. 風船がとばなかった。 (ふうせんがとばなかった。) Romanized: Fuusen ga tobanakatta. Translation: The balloon did not fly.
3. 私の紙飛行機はうまくとばなかった。 (わたしのかみひこうきはうまくとばなかった。) Romanized: Watashi no kamihikouki wa umaku tobanakatta. Translation: My paper airplane did not fly well.

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