Japanese たおぼえはない grammar taoboehanai

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Let’s learn Japanese たおぼえはない grammar taoboehanai :

Formation :

Meaning and how to use :

Describe the meaning “The speaker doesn’t remember doing something like that”.


Kanojo ni sonna koto wo itta oboehanai.
I don’t remember telling her that.

Izen anohito ni atta oboehanai.
I don’t remember meeting that person before.

Konna koto wo shita oboe ha nai.
I don’t remember doing this.

Kyoushitsu de kaban wo wasureta oboehanai.
I don’t remember forgetting my bag in the classroom.

Izen koko ni kita oboe hanai.
I don’t remember coming here before.

Note: This structure is used to justify, defend yourself when you are criticized.

Written above is the Japanese grammar structure たおぼえはない. In case you might not understand the signs that we used in the formation part, you can find out their meanings in this post: signs used in Japanese grammar structures.

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