Asked 6 years ago

では & ありません

Been having trouble picking up what the difference is.


Also when does く Get added to the end? After nouns with い?

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1 Answer


では and ありません should be used in a sentence together meaning "not~." For instance,

あのひとは ジョンさん(noun) では ありません。(That person is not John.)

あまり げんき(na-adjective) では ありません。 (I'm not very cheerful today.)


And, a noun doesn't get  く, but a i-adjective gets く instead of い when it's used in negative.  For example,

おいし → おいしありません (formal), おいしない (casual)

Hope this helps,

Answered 6 years ago