Japanese ないか grammar naika
Let’s learn Japanese ないか grammar naika :
Meaning and how to use :
It is used to order someone who hasn’t done something to do it immediately.
suguni yaranai ka.
Do it right away.
youron wo teishutshinaika.
Submit your introduction.
sanjuppun hodo kaigi ga hajimaru. shorui wo koppi shinai ka.
The meeting will start in 30 minutes. Please copy the documents now.
kyaku ni ocha wo irenai ka.
Don’t you make tea for the customer?
shimekiri ha mou 1 jikan hodo desuyo. ronbun wo kakanaika.
The deadline is only about 1 hour. Won’t you write the essay?
Note: This structure is similar to the imperative form, but it is used in case someone hasn’t done something yet, which make the speaker angry. We pronounce it by lowering our voice as in question. It doesn’t have the polite form. It is used by men.
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