So the group of characters receive lunch from one of the guy's girlfriend, and one of the members of the group says this:


My confusion is, is this an imperative negative? or is it an affirmation about how he always make his girlfriend make lunch?

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It's rebuking. It translates to "You're surely not just making women(possibly just "your girl") make food all the time, are you?!"

じゃないだろう translates to "I assume [negate sentence]" and な is a trailing question + exclamation in this case.

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