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Do not think in Japanese đŸ‡ŻđŸ‡”

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do not think おもわăȘい
How to say “do not think” in Japanese? “おもわăȘい”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “おもわăȘい” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on do not think in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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おもわăȘい info.

Tips to Remember the Japanese Word:
– Break it down: おも (omo) + わăȘい (wanai).
– Think of "omo" (thought) being "wanai" (not). Like "Omo-no-way," meaning no way to think.

"おもわăȘい" (omowanai) is the negative form of the verb "æ€ă†" (おもう, omou), which means "to think".

Other Words that Mean the Same Thing:
– è€ƒăˆăȘい (かんがえăȘい, kangaenai) – Not considering/thinking.
– æ„Ÿă˜ăȘい (かんじăȘい, kanjinai) – Not feeling (closely related in some contexts).

Different Conjugations:
– Non-past (present/future): æ€ă‚ăȘい (おもわăȘい, omowanai) – do not think, will not think.
– Past: æ€ă‚ăȘかった (おもわăȘかった, omowanakatta) – did not think.
– Volitional: æ€ă‚ăȘいだろう (おもわăȘいだろう, omowanaidarou) – probably will not think.
– Te-form: æ€ă‚ăȘくど (おもわăȘくど, omowanakute) – not thinking (used in sequences of actions).

Examples of Sentences:
1. æ˜Žæ—„é›šăŒé™ă‚‹ăšăŻæ€ă‚ăȘい。
(あした あめが ごる ずは おもわăȘい)
Aa ame ga furu towa omowanai.
I do not think it will rain tomorrow.

2. ćœŒăŻăă‚“ăȘă“ăšă‚’ă™ă‚‹ăšăŻæ€ă‚ăȘい。
(かれは そんăȘ こべを する ずは おもわăȘい)
Kare wa sonna koto o suru towa omowanai.
I do not think that he would do such a thing.

3. ćœŒć„łăŒć–œă¶ăšăŻæ€ă‚ăȘい。
(かぼじょが ă‚ˆă‚ă“ă¶ ずは おもわăȘい)
Kanojo ga yorokobu towa omowanai.
I do not think she will be pleased.

4. ă“ăźć•éĄŒăŻç°Ąć˜ă ăšăŻæ€ă‚ăȘい。
(こぼ もんだいは かんたんだ ずは おもわăȘい)
Kono mondai wa kantan da towa omowanai.
I do not think this problem is easy.

By associating the structure and context in which "おもわăȘい" is used, it can be easier to remember and apply in conversation.

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