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Did not take in Japanese 🇯🇵

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

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Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– Associate "とらなかった" with "did not take" by breaking it down: "とる" (toru) means "to take" and the "-なかった" (-nakatta) is the past negative form.

– "とらなかった" (toranakatta) is the past negative form of the verb "とる" (toru), which means "to take."

Other words that mean the same thing:
– とらなかった (toranakatta) specifically means "did not take" in the past tense.
– There are no direct synonyms for "did not take," but contextually similar phrases might include:
– 受けなかった (ukenakatta) – "did not receive"
– 掴まなかった (tmanakatta) – "did not grab"

Conjugations of "とる" (infinitive form):

1. Plain Present/Future:
– とる (toru) – to take
2. Plain Negative Present/Future:
– とらない (toranai) – do not take
3. Plain Past:
– とった (totta) – took
4. Plain Past Negative:
– とらなかった (toranakatta) – did not take
5. Polite Present/Future:
– とります (torimasu) – take
6. Polite Negative Present/Future:
– とりません (torimasen) – do not take
7. Polite Past:
– とりました (torimaa) – took
8. Polite Past Negative:
– とりませんでした (torimasen dea) – did not take

Examples of sentences:
1. ロッカーから鍵をとらなかった。
– Rokkā kara kagi o toranakatta.
– I did not take the key from the locker.

2. その写真をとらなかったから覚えていない。
– Sono shashin o toranakatta kara oboete inai.
– I don’t remember because I didn’t take the photo.

3. お金をとらなかったので買い物ができなかった。
– Okane o toranakatta node kaimono ga dekinakatta.
– I couldn't shop because I didn’t take the money.

4. 先生の授業をとらなかった。
– Sensei no jugyō o toranakatta.
– I didn’t take the teacher’s class.

5. 彼は薬をとらなかったので、まだ病気です。
– Kare wa kusuri o toranakatta node, mada byōki desu.
– He did not take the medicine, so he is still sick.

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