Japanese 160 - Denying permission with て-form + 行けません

You can use the pattern て-form + はいけません to say that something is not permitted. The て-form + はいけません is a strict way of saying someone can't do something. Later you will learn kinder ways of asking someone to refrain from doing something.

Check out the sentences below for some examples for how this pattern is used.


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