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Do not study in Japanese πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

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do not study べんきょう しγͺい
How to say “do not study” in Japanese? “べんきょう しγͺい”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “べんきょう しγͺい” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on do not study in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the Japanese word:
1. Break it down: べんきょう (benkyou) means "study" and しγͺい (shinai) means "do not." Together, they mean "do not study."
2. Mnemonic: Think of "ben" and "kyou" as "Ben" and "Kyoto," imagining "Ben in Kyoto does not study."

– べんきょう (benkyou) is a noun meaning "study."
– しγͺい (shinai) is the negative form of the verb する (suru), which means "to do." So しγͺい means "do not."

Other words that mean the same thing:
– 勉強しません (benkyou shimasen) – A more formal way to say "do not study."
– 勉強しγͺいで (benkyou shinaide) – "Without studying" or "Don't study."

Infinitive: べんきょう する (benkyou suru) – to study
– Present: べんきょう します (benkyou shimasu) – do study (polite)
– Negative Present: べんきょう しγͺい (benkyou shinai) – do not study
– Past: べんきょう γ—γŸ (benkyou a) – studied
– Negative Past: べんきょう しγͺγ‹γ£γŸ (benkyou shinakatta) – did not study
– Future: べんきょう するだろう (benkyou suru darou) – will study
– Negative Future: べんきょう しγͺいだろう (benkyou shinai darou) – will not study

Examples of sentences:
1. 今ζ—₯はべんきょうしγͺい。 (Kyou wa benkyou shinai.) – I will not study today.
2. 彼は全焢べんきょうしγͺい。 (Kare wa zenzen benkyou shinai.) – He doesn't study at all.
3. べんきょうしγͺγ„γ¨θ©¦ι¨“γ«εˆζ Όγ§γγͺγ„γ‚ˆγ€‚ (Benkyou shinai to shiken ni goukaku dekinai yo.) – If you don't study, you won't pass the exam.
4. 明ζ—₯ べんきょう しγͺい γ€γ‚‚γ‚Š です。 (Aa benkyou shinai tsumori desu.) – I intend not to study tomorrow.

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