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Do not start in Japanese πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

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do not start γ―γ˜γ‚γͺい
How to say “do not start” in Japanese? “γ―γ˜γ‚γͺい”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “γ―γ˜γ‚γͺい” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on do not start 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: "γ―γ˜γ‚" (hajime) means "begin" and "γͺい" (nai) is a suffix used to make verbs negative.
– Associate "hajime" with "beginning" and remember "nai" as "no" or "not."

– "γ―γ˜γ‚γͺい" (hajimenai) is the negative form of "γ―γ˜γ‚γ‚‹" (hajimeru), meaning "to start" or "to begin."
– It indicates the action of not starting or beginning something.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– 始めγͺい (γ―γ˜γ‚γͺい, hajimenai): "not begin" (standard form)
– 開始しγͺい (かいししγͺい, kaishi shinai): another way to say "not start" or "won't start," often used in more formal contexts.

Different conjugations:
– Present: γ―γ˜γ‚γͺい (hajimenai) – do not start
– Past: γ―γ˜γ‚γͺγ‹γ£γŸ (hajimenakatta) – did not start
– Future: γ―γ˜γ‚γͺいだろう (hajimenai darō) – will not start
– Te-form (negative): γ―γ˜γ‚γͺくて (hajimenakute) – not starting / without starting
– Potential: γ―γ˜γ‚γ‚‰γ‚Œγͺい (hajimerarenai) – cannot start / unable to start

Examples of sentences:
1. ε­¦ζ ‘γ‚’γ―γ˜γ‚γͺいでください。(Gakkō o hajimenai de kudasai) – Please do not start school.
2. ε½Όγ―γΎγ δ»•δΊ‹γ‚’γ―γ˜γ‚γͺγ‹γ£γŸγ€‚(Kare wa mada shigoto o hajimenakatta) – He has not started the work yet.
3. θ©¦εˆγ―γΎγ γ―γ˜γ‚γͺいでしょう。(Shiai wa mada hajimenai deshō) – The game will probably not start yet.
4. ζ–°γ—γ„γƒ—γƒ­γ‚Έγ‚§γ‚―γƒˆγ‚’γ―γ˜γ‚γͺγ„γ€γ‚‚γ‚Šγ§γ™γ€‚(AtarashΔ« purojekuto o hajimenai tsumori desu) – I do not intend to start a new project.
5. ι›»θ»ŠγŒγ―γ˜γ‚γͺくて困っています。(Densha ga hajimenakute komatteimasu) – It's troublesome that the train is not starting.

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