Japanese なさい grammar nasai
Let’s learn Japanese なさい grammar nasai :
Meaning and how to use :
Describe commands or instructions. People with high position (parents, teachers) use this structure to talk with people with lower position (children, students). However, it can also be used between people who have close relationship (between family members or friends).
Go to bed early.
Shukudai wo yarinasai.
Do the homework.
Kono shitsumon wo kotaenasai.
Answer this question.
Gamen ni chuuishinasai.
Pay attention to the screen.
Chotto youji ga arimasukara, dekakenasai.
I have some business, so leave this place.
Note:「ごめんなさい」 is a way to apologize intimately. 「おやすみなさい」 is a greeting before going to bed.
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