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Don’t bring alcohol in Japanese πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

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don’t bring alcohol γŠγ•γ‘γ‚’γ‚‚γ£γ¦γ„γ‹γͺいでください。
How to say “don’t bring alcohol” in Japanese? “γŠγ•γ‘γ‚’γ‚‚γ£γ¦γ„γ‹γͺいでください。”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “γŠγ•γ‘γ‚’γ‚‚γ£γ¦γ„γ‹γͺいでください。” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on don’t bring alcohol in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Sentence info.


1. γŠγ•γ‘ (osake): This is a polite way to say "alcohol" or "sake".

2. γ‚’ (wo): This is a particle that marks the direct object of the sentence.

3. もっていかγͺいで (motte ika nai de): This comes from the verb もっていく (motte iku) which means "to bring".
– もって (motte): The て-form of the verb も぀ (motsu, to hold/carry).
– いかγͺいで (ikanai de): The negative te-form of the verb いく (iku, to go). Together, もっていかγͺいで means "don't bring".

4. ください (kudasai): This is a polite request form, similar to "please". When added to もっていかγͺいで, it makes the sentence more polite.

In summary, the structure is:
– Noun + γ‚’ + Verb negative te-form + ください.

Alternate Ways to Say "Don't Bring Alcohol":

1. γŠγ•γ‘γ‚’γ‚‚γ£γ¦γ“γͺいでください
– Romanized: osake o motte konai de kudasai.
– Breakdown: もって (motte, carry) + こγͺいで (konai de, don't come) + ください (kudasai, please).
– Meaning: "Please don't bring alcohol."

2. γŠγ•γ‘γ―γ γ‚γ§γ™
– Romanized: osake wa dame desu.
– Breakdown: γŠγ•γ‘ (osake, alcohol) + は (wa, topic marker) + だめです (dame desu, is not allowed).
– Meaning: "Alcohol is not allowed."

3. γŠγ•γ‘γ‚’γ‚‚γ£γ¦γ“γͺいで
– Romanized: osake o motte konai de.
– Breakdown: Similar to the first alternate phrase but without ください.
– Meaning: "Don't bring alcohol." (less formal)

Understanding these structures and variations helps in memorizing and effectively communicating prohibitions in Japanese.

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