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Did not walk in Japanese 🇯🇵

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did not walk あるかなかった
How to say “did not walk” in Japanese? “あるかなかった”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “あるかなかった” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on did not walk 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: ある (aru) means "to exist/have" (for inanimate objects), and なかった (nakatta) is the past negative form. By associating "aru" with existence and "nakatta" with didn’t happen, you might easily recall the combined meaning of "did not walk."

– "あるかなかった" is incorrect. The correct phrase is "歩かなかった" (arukanakatta). It is the past negative form of 歩く (aruku) which means "to walk."
– "歩かなかった" (arukanakatta) means "did not walk."

Other Words that Mean the Same Thing:
– 歩きませんでした (arukimasen dea) – This is a more polite form for saying "did not walk."

– Infinitive/Dictionary form: 歩く (aruku) – to walk
– Past: 歩いた (aruita) – walked
– Negative: 歩かない (arukanai) – do not walk
– Past Negative: 歩かなかった (arukanakatta) – did not walk
– Present/Future: 歩く (aruku) – walk / will walk
– Polite Present/Future: 歩きます (arukimasu) – walk / will walk
– Polite Past: 歩きました (arukimaa) – walked
– Polite Negative: 歩きません (arukimasen) – do not walk / will not walk
– Polite Past Negative: 歩きませんでした (arukimasen dea) – did not walk

Examples of Sentences:
– 彼は昨日歩かなかった。(Kare wa kinou arukanakatta.) – He did not walk yesterday.
– 私は雨の中で歩かなかった。(Watashi wa ame no naka de arukanakatta.) – I did not walk in the rain.
– 彼女は学校に行くために歩かなかった。(Kanojo wa gakkou ni iku tame ni arukanakatta.) – She did not walk to go to school.

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