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Not be given in Japanese đŸ‡ŻđŸ‡”

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

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Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– "くれăȘい" (kurenai) can be remembered by associating it with the verb "くれる" (kureru) which means "to give." By adding "ăȘい" (nai), it negates the act, so you can think of "くれăȘい" as the negative form meaning "not to give."

– "くれăȘい" is the negative form of the verb "くれる", which means "to give (to the speaker or to a third party from the perspective of the speaker)." Therefore, "くれăȘい" means "will not give" or "not give."

Other words that mean the same thing:
– あげăȘい (agenai) — "will not give" (used when the subject is the giver)
– やらăȘい (yaranai) — "will not give" (a more casual or rough way of saying it)

Different conjugations:
1. Present/Future Negative: くれăȘい (kurenai) – "will not give"
2. Past Negative: くれăȘかった (kurenakatta) – "did not give"
3. Potential Negative (cannot give): くれられăȘい (kurerarenai) – "cannot give"
4. Te-form Negative (for making requests): くれăȘくど (kurenakute) – "don't give (and…)"

Examples of sentences that use it:
– ćœŒăŻăŠé‡‘ă‚’ăă‚ŒăȘい。 (Kare wa okane o kurenai.) — "He will not give me money."
– ćœŒć„łăŻç§ă«æœŹă‚’ăă‚ŒăȘかった。 (Kanojo wa watashi ni hon o kurenakatta.) — "She did not give me the book."
– ćœŒăŻăă‚Œă‚’ăă‚ŒăȘă„ăšæ€ă†ă€‚ (Kare wa sore o kurenai to omou.) — "I think he will not give it to me."
– ćœŒă‚‰ăŻæ‰‹äŒăŁăŠăă‚ŒăȘい。 (Karera wa tetsudatte kurenai.) — "They will not help me."
– ă“ăźæ–™ç†ă‚’ăă‚ŒăȘă„ïŒŸ (Kono ryouri o kurenai?) — "Won't you give me some of this food?"

Romanized characters:
– Kare wa kane o kurenai.
– Kanojo wa watashi ni hon o kurenakatta.
– Kare wa sore o kurenai to omou.
– Karera wa tetsudatte kurenai.
– Kono ryouri o kurenai?

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