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Not speak in Japanese 🇯🇵

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

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Japanese Word: はなさない (hanasanai)

Tips to Remember the Word:
1. Association: Link はなさない (hanasanai) with "not speak" by breaking it apart. はなす (hanasu) means "to speak" and ない (nai) means "not", hence はなさない can be remembered as "speak not".
2. Visualization: Picture a conversation bubble with a red cross over it whenever you hear or think of はなさない.

– はなさない (hanasanai) is the negative form of the verb はなす (hanasu), which means "to speak".
– It is in the present or future tense meaning "do not speak" or "will not speak".

Other Words that Mean the Same Thing:
– しゃべらない (shaberanai): another verb for "not speak" or "not talk".
– いわない (iwanai): means "not say" or "not tell".


1. Infinitive/Present Negative: はなさない (hanasanai) – do not speak
2. Past Negative: はなさなかった (hanasanakatta) – did not speak
3. Future Negative: (Japanese does not have a direct future tense but context can imply future action using the present tense) – はなさない (hanasanai) – will not speak

Example Sentences:
1. 彼は何もはなさない。
– Romanized: Kare wa nani mo hanasanai.
– Translation: He does not say anything.

2. 彼女は秘密をはなさない。
– Romanized: Kanojo wa himitsu wo hanasanai.
– Translation: She does not speak the secret.

3. 私たちはあなたのことをはなさなかった。
– Romanized: Wataachi wa anata no koto o hanasanakatta.
– Translation: We did not talk about you.

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The pronounciation…

Shouldn't it be は (ha) なさない?
The audio is は (wa) なさない。。。

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