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Did not go out in Japanese đŸ‡ŻđŸ‡”

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

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Tips to remember the Japanese word:
To remember "でăȘかった," you can break it down:
– "で" (de) from the verb "ć‡șる" (deru), which means "to go out."
– "ăȘかった" (nakatta) is the past negative form.

The word "でăȘかった" is a past negative form of the verb "ć‡șる" (deru), meaning "did not go out."

Other words that mean the same thing:
– ć‡șăȘかった (de nakatta): Did not go out.
– èĄŒă‹ăȘかった (ikanakatta): Did not go.

– Present (affirmative): ć‡șる (deru) – to go out
– Present (negative): ć‡șăȘい (denai) – do not go out
– Past (affirmative): ć‡șた (deta) – went out
– Past (negative): ć‡șăȘかった (de nakatta) – did not go out
– Future (affirmative): ć‡șるだろう (deru darou) / ć‡șるでしょう (deru deshou) – will probably go out
– Future (negative): ć‡șăȘいだろう (denai darou) / ć‡șăȘいでしょう (denai deshou) – will probably not go out

Examples of sentences that use it:
1. æ˜šæ—„ă€ćœŒăŻć€–ă«ć‡șăȘかった。
– (Kinou, kare wa soto ni de nakatta.)
– Yesterday, he did not go out.

2. é€±æœ«ă€èȷい物にć‡șăȘかった。
– (Shuumatsu, kaimono ni de nakatta.)
– I did not go out shopping on the weekend.

3. ćœŒć„łăŻäŒ‘ăżăźæ—„ă«ćź¶ă‹ă‚‰ć‡șăȘかった。
– (Kanojo wa yasumi no hi ni ie kara de nakatta.)
– She did not go out of the house on her day off.

4. é›šăŒé™ăŁăŠă„ăŸăźă§ă€ç§ăŻć€–ă«ć‡șăȘかった。
– (Ame ga futteita node, watashi wa soto ni de nakatta.)
– Because it was raining, I did not go out.

5. ć‹é”ăŒæ„ăȘかったぼで、私はć‡șăȘかった。
– (Tomodachi ga konakatta node, watashi wa de nakatta.)
– Because my friend did not come, I did not go out.

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