Japanese grammar をぬきにして /はぬきにして wonukinishite/ hanukinishite

Japanese grammar をぬきにして /はぬきにして wonukinishite/ hanukinishite

Let’s learn Japanese grammar をぬきにして /はぬきにして wonukinishite/ hanukinishite :

JLPT level : N2

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Describe the meaning “let’s eliminate N/ stop doing N, with out doing…”.

For example

Maeoki o nuki ni shi te, kono soudan no mokuhyou o hayaku itte kudasai.
Stop with the beginning, let’s start the negotiation.

yokei na koto ha nuki ni shi te, omo na koto o shuuchuu shi nakere ba nara nai yo.
Stop doing odd things, let’s focus on the main work.

watashi tachi ha shiriai desu kara, aisatsu o nuki ni shi te hanashiatte mo ii desu yo.
We are accquaintant, so no need to greet.

sensei to hanasu toki keigo ha nuki ni shi te hanashi te ike nai.
When talking to teacher, do not forget to add honorific words.

mina, kyou ha nomi kai desu kara shigoto no koto o nuki ni shi te tanoshimo u.
Everybody, this is drink party, forget works and have fun!.

Related structures :

をぬきにして wonukinishite
はぬきにして hanukinishite
ぬきで/ぬきに nukide/ nukini

above is Japanese grammar をぬきにして /はぬきにして wonukinishite/ hanukinishite. 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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