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Did not speak in Japanese 🇯🇵


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

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Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– "はなさなかった" (hanasanakatta) can be broken down into parts: はな (hana, short for "hanasu" meaning "to speak"), さ (sa, suggestion of the particle for negative forms), な (na, often used in negatives), and かった (katta, past tense for negative verbs).
– Visualize "hana" (flower) and think of a flower refusing to talk or "speak".

Explanations:
– The word is the past negative form of "はなす" (hanasu), which means "to speak" or "to talk".
– It is used to indicate that someone did not speak in the past.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– 話さなかった (はなさなかった, hanasanakatta): did not speak
– 喋らなかった (しゃべらなかった, shaberanakatta): did not speak (more conversational)

Infinitive and different conjugations:
– Infinitive (話す, hanasu): to speak
– Present Affirmative: 話す (はなす, hanasu) – speak
– Present Negative: 話さない (はなさない, hanasanai) – do not speak
– Past Affirmative: 話した (はなした, hanaa) – spoke
– Past Negative: 話さなかった (はなさなかった, hanasanakatta) – did not speak
– Future Affirmative: 話すだろう (はなすだろう, hanasu darou) – will probably speak
– Future Negative: 話さないだろう (はなさないだろう, hanasanai darou) – will probably not speak

Examples of sentences using it:
1. 彼は授業中に話さなかった。 (かれはじゅぎょうちゅうにはなさなかった, Kare wa jugyōchÅ« ni hanasanakatta) – He did not speak during the class.
2. 彼女は会議で何も話さなかった。 (かのじょはかいぎでなにもはなさなかった, Kanojo wa kaigi de nanimo hanasanakatta) – She did not speak at all during the meeting.
3. その日は誰も何も話さなかった。 (そのひはだれもなにもはなさなかった, Sono hi wa daremo nanimo hanasanakatta) – No one spoke anything that day.

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Should be は (ha) なさなかった.

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