Japanese Grammar for Prohibition ~te wa ikenai/naranai/dame (~てはいけない/ならない/だめ)

Doumo mina-san, JLO (Japanese Learning Online) ni youkoso, welcome to JLO, let's learn Japanese language online^^)/, in this section I am going to teach you how to make prohibition in Japanese language using ~te wa ikenai/naranai/dame grammar. Jaa benkyou hajimemashou, let's begin:

Grammar ~te wa ikenai/naranai/dame (~てはいけない/ならない/だめ)

JLPT Level: N4
Meaning: must not (something that must be done)
te form + wa particle + ikenai/naranai/dame
Must learn before: te form verb conjugation
Note: dame=casual, ikenai/ikemasen=formal, naranai/narimasen=used in prohibition that apply to more than one person like rules or policies
Sentence example:
kono kiji o yonde wa dame
You can't (must not) read this article
zenbu tabete wa ikenai
Don't (must not) eat all
nemui toki ni unten shite wa narimasen
Don't (must not) drive when sleepy/tired
boku no sumaho o sawatte wa dame da yo
Don't touch my smartphone
musurimu toshite, osake o nonde wa narimasen
As a Muslim you are not allowed (should not) to drink alcohol
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