Japanese てはいけない grammar tehaikenai

Japanese てはいけない grammar tehaikenai
Japanese てはいけない grammar  tehaikenai

Let’s learn Japanese てはいけない grammar tehaikenai :

JLPT level : N5

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Prohibitions, forbidden. In normal form “いけない” is used by men with person at lower rank. In formal form “いけません” is often spoken by person who gives prohibitions to whom takes that bans.

For example

Taisei ga aru basho de ha oogoe de hanashi te ha ike nai.
You mustn’t talk loudly in public place.

kimi, ano ko to ason de ha ike nai.
You mustn’t interact with that kid anymore.

jugyou no naka de, keitai denwa nanka tsukatte ha ike nai .
Do not use phone in class time.

koko de teisha shi te ha ike mase n yo.
Do not park here.

sensei ni sonnani donatte ha ike nai.
Don’t shout at teacher like that.

Related structures :

ないといけない naitoikenai

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