According to the WWWJDIC, the verbal suffix まい can mean: (1) probably isn't (doesn't, won't, etc.) (2) don't (doesn't) intend to; intend not to (3) must not; (when used in an imperative ...
Is [verb stem] + たかない different than [verb stem] + たくない? What does it mean?
Whenever I go to the Life supermarket near my house, they ask me at the check out: ライフカードを持っていますか？ (Do you have a Life [members] card?) I always respond with something like: いいえ、持っていません。 ...
Does the -ou / -you / -mashou (the "let's X") form have a negative counterpart? For example, how do I say "let's not X" for the following?: 行こう 食べよう 寝ましょう As far as I can remember, the Japanese ...