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Do not fly (polite) in Japanese 🇯🇵

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do not fly (polite) とびません
How to say “do not fly (polite)” in Japanese? “とびません”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “とびません” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on do not fly (polite) 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 into "とび" (tobi) meaning "to fly" and "ません" (masen) which is a polite negative ending.
– Associate "とび" (tobi) with "tobiko" (flying fish roe) to remember the connection to flying.
– Think of "ません" (masen) as a formal way to say "not" or "don’t."

– "とびません" (tobimasen) is the polite negative form of the verb "飛ぶ" (とぶ, tobu), which means "to fly."
– This form is used to politely say that something does not fly or will not fly.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– 飛ばない (とばない, tobanai): Informal way to say "do not fly" or "will not fly."
– 飛びませんでした (とびませんでした, tobimasendea): Polite past negative form meaning "did not fly."

Conjugations for 飛ぶ (とぶ, tobu):
– Present polite negative: 飛びません (とびません, tobimasen) – do not fly
– Past polite negative: 飛びませんでした (とびませんでした, tobimasendea) – did not fly
– Present plain negative: 飛ばない (とばない, tobanai) – do not fly
– Past plain negative: 飛ばなかった (とばなかった, tobanakatta) – did not fly
– Present plain: 飛ぶ (とぶ, tobu) – fly
– Past plain: 飛んだ (とんだ, tonda) – flew
– Present polite: 飛びます (とびます, tobimasu) – fly
– Past polite: 飛びました (とびました, tobimaa) – flew

Examples of sentences that use とびません (tobimasen):
1. 鳥は今日は飛びませんでした。 (とりはきょうはとびませんでした, Tori wa kyou wa tobimasendea.)– The bird did not fly today.
2. この飛行機は飛びません。 (このひこうきはとびません, Kono hikouki wa tobimasen.)– This airplane does not fly.
3. 私のドラゴンは冬に飛びません。 (わたしのドラゴンはふゆにとびません, Watashi no doragon wa fuyu ni tobimasen.)– My dragon does not fly in winter.

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