The stem of the nai form of a verb (the form without nai), followed by the phrase nakereba naranai ("must," "have to"), expresses the speaker's belief that an action is necessary, often due to an obligation or a duty. Similarly with adjectives, the ku form of an i-adjective or the te form of a na-adjective is followed by this same phrase, expressing the speaker's belief that a state or condition is necessary, though not necessarily due to an obligation or duty (ex., 3).
Kaeri ni sūpā ni yoranakereba narimasen.
I must stop by a supermarket on the way home.
Kudamono wa atarashiku nakereba naranai.
Fruit must be fresh.
Hoteru wa shizuka de nakereba naranai.
The hotel must be quiet.
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