Sometimes I am offered something but because I'm just a beginner I don't know what verb they used. I know the proper way to say "no" is to answer with the negative form of the verb the other person ...
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 ...