I’m no good in Japanese and wondered if you could help out a bit. Can you translate “I don’t want to”? Tony Says: March 8th, 2011 at 11:01 am. Hi Christine, Watashi (or Boku) wa xxxxtaku arimasen. Example: 1) I don’t want to eat (Watashi wa tabetaku arimasen) 2) I don’t want to go (Watashi wa ikitaku arimasen) Danny Says: Aug 22, 2016 · This means you should avoid using watashi, ore, boku, etc. as if they were "I" in English, even though they do translate to "I," because the way Japanese works is different from English. In particular, the subject in a Japanese phrase is often omitted if it can be implied , whereas English requires the subject even when there is none.
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