The diffrence between "입니다" and "아닙니다" is explained as next examples. ex1) He is my good friend. In this sentence, "is" means "입니다" of korean. "입니다" also has positive meaning. ex2) This is not an imitation. In this sentence, "is not" means "아닙니다" of korean. "아닙니다" also has negative meaning. "입니다" and "아닙니다" is used as a predicative with nouns.
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