Japanese grammar dictionary

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Let’s learn Japanese いっさい grammar issai :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Describe negative meaning “absolutely not…/ never…”


Kare ha kono koto wo issai chuuishinai.
He doesn’t care about this at all.

Sensei no itta koto wo issai wakaranai.
I absolutely don’t understand a word the teacher said.

Kono pa-ti- de issai tabenai.
I eat absolutely nothing at this party.

Nomikai ni ikunoni issai osake wo nomanai.
Although I go to a drinking party, I drink nothing at all.

Taihen na baai ga okotta noni kare ha issai awadatenai.
Although there was a hard situation, he doesn’t panic at all.

Note: This structure is similar to「まったく…ない」、「ぜんぜん…ない」

Written above is Japanese いっさい grammar issai. In case you don’t understand the signs that we used in the formation part, you can find out their meanings here : signs used in Japanese grammar structures.

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