Japanese grammar ~の…ないのって ~no…nainottte

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Let’s learn Japanese grammar ~の…ないのって ~no…nainottte :

JLPT level : N1

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Expresses the meaning “An event in extreme level, very fierce, terrifying.”


Ano eiga ha kowai no kowaku nai no tte. Watashi ha tonari no hito o shikkari dai ta hodo desu.
This movie is extremely terrifying. So terrifying that I hugged the person next to me.

Ano gakusha no kuizu ha dare demo toke rare nai hodo muzukashi no muzukashiku nai no tte.
The quiz from that scholar is so hard that no one could solve it.

Sakuya watashi ha yotta kara, kuruma o unten shi ta no ha hayai no hayaku nai no tte.
Last night I was drunk so I drove terrifyingly fast.

Watashi no seiseki o kii ta nochi, haha ha okoru no okora nai no tte.
When she heard my studying grades, she was extremely angry.

Eberesuto san ha choujou ga mie nai hodo takai no takaku nai no tte.
Mt. Everest is so high that you can’t see its top.

This structure is used mostly in informal situations.

Related structures :

above is Japanese grammar ~の…ないのって ~no…nainottte. 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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