I have to study.
After a happy stay in Shizuoka, Anna and Sakura are going back to Tokyo. Kenta is at the station to see them off.
BENKYÔ SHINAKEREBA NARIMASEN
|健太||寂しくなります。|| I will be lonely.
|Kenta|| SABISHIKU NARIMASU.
I will be lonely.
| Me, too.
But I have to study at my university.
|Anna|| WATASHI MO DESU.
DEMO, DAIGAKU DE BENKYÔ SHINAKEREBA NARIMASEN.
Me, too. But I have to study at my university.
|健太||じゃ、僕が春休みに東京に行きます。|| Then, I will go to Tokyo during spring vacation.
|Kenta|| JA, BOKU GA HARUYASUMI NI TÔKYÔ NI IKIMASU.
Then, I will go to Tokyo during spring vacation.
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NAI-form verb + NAKEREBA NARIMASEN
When you say you must or need to do something, you replace the NAI part at the end of the NAI-form of verbs with NAKEREBA NARIMASEN.
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In addition to summer vacation, schools in Japan have winter and spring holidays. Every season has its fun in store, the sea in summer and skiing in winter. Isn’t it nice?