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Did not read in Japanese 🇯🇵

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

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Tips to Remember the Japanese Word:
– Break it down: よ (yo) – まな (mana) – かった (katta).
– Associate with "yo" (like in English 'yo'), "mana" (like in 'mana' from games), and "katta" (like cutting something in past tense).
– Visualize not reading a 'mana' book while saying 'yo'.

– よまなかった (yomanakatta) is the past tense negative form of the verb よむ (yomu), which means "to read."
– In Japanese, verbs follow specific conjugation rules to indicate tense and polarity (affirmative/negative).

Other Words that Mean the Same Thing:
– 読まない (yomanai): Not read (present/future negative form).

– Infinitive (Dictionary Form): 読む (yomu) – To read
– Present Affirmative: 読む (yomu) – Read(s)
– Present Negative: 読まない (yomanai) – Do not read / Will not read
– Past Affirmative: 読んだ (yonda) – Read (past tense)
– Past Negative: 読まなかった (yomanakatta) – Did not read
– Future Affirmative: 読むでしょう (yomu deshou) – Will probably read
– Future Negative: 読まないでしょう (yomanai deshou) – Will probably not read

Example Sentences Using よまなかった (Yomanakatta):
1. 宿題を読まなかった。
(Shukudai wo yomanakatta.)
I did not read the homework.

2. 彼はそのメールを読まなかった。
(Kare wa sono meeru wo yomanakatta.)
He did not read that email.

3. 昨夜、私は本を読まなかった。
(Sakuya, watashi wa hon wo yomanakatta.)
I did not read a book last night.

4. 昨日は新聞を読まなかった。
(Kinou wa shinbun wo yomanakatta.)
I did not read the newspaper yesterday.

5. 彼女は手紙を読まなかったけど、大丈夫だと思う。
(Kanojo wa tegami wo yomanakatta kedo, daijoubu da to omou.)
She did not read the letter, but I think it's okay.

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