Learn Japanese: Na な

Learn Japanese: Na な

0 0 about 1 year ago
な (na) is used when the speaker orders an inferior not to do something. This is very harsh and informal, so it’s inappropriate to use な on someone who deserves respect such as coworkers, parents, bosses, or anyone with similar or higher social positions. な just gets tacked onto the plain form of whatever verb you don’t want someone to do.

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