Some predicates have a corresponding negated predicate. Some predicates are defined as the negation of another predicate. For example, and . and . and . Predicates not appearing in these pairs can be negated using the 안 and the 지 않다 construction.
Negation with 안
Compound predicates are of the form noun + 하다. For example, . If a predicate is not a compound predicate, it can be negated by placing the adverb 안 before the predicate. This construction can not be used for propositive or imperative clauses.It did not rain so (I) refolded (my) umbrella.
승규Seungkyu said the heat came in so now it is not cold.
Negation with -지 않다
The construction can also be used to negate a predicate where 지 is placed after the predicate stem.