Japanese grammar dictionary

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Let’s learn Japanese ないと grammar naito :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Expresses “If not …. something bad will happen”. This structure is to urge somebody to do something or suggest that the listener should do it early.
For example

jibun de chansu wo tora nai to shokugyou ga deki nai yo
If you don’t seize your opportunities, you can’t get a job.

hayaku ne nai to hayaku asu oki rare nai yo
If you don’t go to bed early, you can’t get up early.

oya no kyoukun wo ki ni nara nai to ii hito ni nara nai
If you don’t care about your parents’ precepts, you won’t be a good person.

hayaku shi nai to maniawa nai yo
If you don’t do quickly, you will be late.

kono ii kikai wo tora nai to tanin ni tora re masu yo
If you don’t seize this opportunity, it will be taken by others.

Ref : tuhoconline

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