Japanese いくらも…ない grammar ikuramo…nai
Let’s learn Japanese いくらも…ない grammar ikuramo…nai:
いくら…ない (negative form)
Meaning and how to use :
The structure describes the meaning “there is only a few/ little…”
ikura mo kiyoi mizu ga nai.
There is not much clear water.
ikura mo shokuryou ga nokotteinai.
There is not much food left.
ikura mo kita hito ga inai.
There are not many people who came.
Ikura mo okane ga ani. Motto setsuyaku suru beki da.
I have really little money. I have to save more money.
Ikura mo tsukurareru mono ganai.
There are few things that were made.
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