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Not go out in Japanese 🇯🇵


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not go out でない
How to say “not go out” in Japanese? “でない”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “でない” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on not go out in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember:
– "でない" can be broken down into two parts: "で" (de) which is a particle commonly used with verbs, and “ない” (nai) which means "not.”
– Think of "で" as "to be" or "exist" and "ない" as "not," thus “to not exist” or “not go out.”

Explanations:
– "でない" is a negative form of the verb "でる" (to go out) in the plain form.
– It is used to express the idea of not going out or not attending.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– "外出しない" (がいしゅつしない, gaishutsu shinai): literally "not going out."
– "出かけない" (でかけない, dekakenai): colloquially used to mean "not going out."

Conjugations:
– Present: でない (denai) – not go out
– Past: でなかった (denakatta) – didn't go out
– Present Progressive: でなくなっている (denakunatte iru) – currently not going out
– Future: でないだろう (denai darou) – will probably not go out

Examples of sentences:
1. 今日、彼は学校にでない。
– Romanized: Kyō, kare wa gakkō ni denai.
– English: He is not going to school today.

2. 雨が降っているから、外にでない。
– Romanized: Ame ga futteiru kara, soto ni denai.
– English: Because it is raining, I will not go outside.

3. 彼女は昨日のパーティーにでなかった。
– Romanized: Kanojo wa kinō no pātÄ« ni denakatta.
– English: She didn't go to the party yesterday.

4. 試験のために、今週末は家からでないつもりだ。
– Romanized: Shiken no tame ni, konshÅ«matsu wa ie kara denai tsumori da.
– English: Because of the exams, I plan not to go out from my home this weekend.

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