View topic - ganbaranakia..?
It goes something like that, I'm not sure if it's correct or not.
And most importantly, if you know what I'm trying to say or understand the meaning of it, please reply here ^^
I know part of the word belongs to 頑張る (ganbaru), but the -あなきあ (-anakia) suffix left me confused.
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What does なければなりません means?
It means "...must" as in 勉強(べんきょう)しなければなりません。("I must study")
「君という光が私を見つける // 真夜中に」-- 「光」という歌より（歌手：宇多田ヒカル）
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なければ - if you don't do this...
なりません - it won't become
So 勉強しなければなりません could be thought of as 'if I don't study, I won't learn'
I don't know if that is the real meaning behind the phrase なければなりません, but it may be helpful in understanding?
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Happy to see that -kya can be used instead of -kerebanarimasen.
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