Basque: I'm not, you're not

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IggyJD

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English, Spanish
Hi everyone!

I'm writing something and need to know if the proper way to say "You are not" (as in, basically, you don't exist) and "I am not" (as in I don't exist) are, respectively, "Ez zara" and "Ez naiz". Also, would they be pronounced, again respectively, "Es-sara" and "Es-nais"?

Thanks and cheers!

Iggy
 
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  • jazyk

    Senior Member
    Brazílie, portugalština
    I think everything you wrote is fine and correct, but wait for more opinions.
     

    Agró

    Senior Member
    Spanish-Navarre
    Ez naiz /e'nais/
    Ez zara /etsa'ra/

    (From a non-speaker): This may be colloquial or dialectal, but it's what I've always heard.
     
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