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Negative words in Japanese are formed by conjugation.

じゃない Negative

Negative words in Japanese are formed by conjugation.

Conjugation is a method of inflicting a verb, nouns or adjectives into different states e.g. talk, talks, talked, talking etc.

In Japanese, transform words into the negative using じゃない.

Examples

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