Japanese ないでください grammar naidekudasai

Japanese ないでください grammar naidekudasai
Japanese ないでください grammar naidekudasai

Let’s learn Japanese ないでください grammar naidekudasai :

JLPT level : N5

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Express the meaning “Don’t…”. To command or order other person to not do something.

For example

Koko de sawaga ra nai de kudasai.
Please don’t make noise here.

sonnani oogoe de sakeba nai de kudasai.
Don’t shout so loudly like that please.

watashi no okane o tora nai de kudasai. Onegai shi masu.
Please don’t take my money.

sore ha mada kaishi desu yo. Gakkari shi nai de kudasai.
It was just the beginning of the thing. Don’t be disappointed please.

o musuko san ha ima, anzen na tokoro ni i masu yo. Shinpai shi nai de kudasai.
Your son are now in a safe place. Don’t worry please.

+) Sometimes, this structure is used to insist someone on doing things that are good for themshelves. (as in example 3)
+) Sometimes is to express consideration to the listener. (as in example 4, 5)

Related structures :

above is Japanese ないでください grammar naidekudasai. if you don’t understand the signs we used in fomation, you can find their meaning here : signs used in Japanese grammar structures.

You can search the structure you want by using the search tool on our website (using key : grammar + ‘structure name’ or you can find more Japanese grammar structures in the following category : Japanese grammar dictionary

Stay with us on :
Facebook - Twitter - Pinterest - Reddit

Leave a Reply

error: Alert: Content is protected !!