Japanese grammar のなんのって nonannotte

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Let’s learn Japanese grammar のなんのって nonannotte :

JLPT level : N1

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Expresses the meaning “Status in extreme degree.” Followed by is often the result/consequence of said event/thing.


Watashi ha kono you na baai ni au no ha hajimete na node madotta no nanno tte.
This is my first time in a situation like that so I was extremely confused.

Afurika de ha doko demo atsui no na n no tte. Karada ga tokeru hodo atsu sa da.
In Africa, it’s very hot everywhere. So hot that your body just wants to melt.

Ta no hito ni kao ni nagurareru no ha itai no na n no tte.
It hurts so much to be hit in the face by someome.

Boku ha kare ha shin da to omoi masu kara, kare no sugata ga mieru toki, odoroi ta no nanno tte.
I thought he was dead so when I saw his figure I was extremely terrified.

Kono eiga ha kowai no na n no tte. Sakuya watashi ha nemure naku natta hodo da.
This movie is very scary. So scary that I couldn’t sleep last night.

This is a way of speaking, mostly used in informal situations.

Related structures :

above is Japanese grammar のなんのって nonannotte. if you don’t understand the signs we used in fomation, you can find their meaning here : signs used in Japanese grammar structures.

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