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What does NAI desu mean?

Well they both translate the same - "is/are not". The negative form of ?? (desu) in POLITE form is ??????? (Ja arimasen) and the INFORMAL/PLAIN form of "Ja arimasen" is ???? (ja nai). So, the only difference is the context in which they are used.

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Likewise, people ask, how do you use NAI in Japanese?

Therefore, to answer your original question, masu-form is used in present-affirmative sentences for Polite-form. For example, "to write", "to eat", "to come", "to study". nai-form is used in present-negative sentences for Plain-form. For example, "don't write", "don't eat", "don't come", "don't study".

Likewise, how do you use desu ne? (sou desu ne)is used when agreeing with a statement. If you add the particle ? (yo) to the end of the sentence, it becomes ?????? (sou desu yo) – “Yes, I agree.”

Thereof, what is nani mo nai?

?? and ??? alone take on the meaning 'not anything' or 'nothing' even though no negative follows. Instead, the negative is implied. ?????? Nani mo nai. [No, I did] not [say] anything. / Nothing.

What is Nandemonai English?

It means "Nothing." Nandemo means "Anything" or whatever synonyms you can think of, while the -nai suffix is used to add a negative meaning. ( The complete opposite, eg. someone ask you "Kowaii ka?" "

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