Japanese ことこのうえない grammar kotokonouenai

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Let’s learn Japanese ことこのうえない grammar kotokonouenai :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Expresses the meaning “no more than that”.

For example
hinan mono ni muryou de ryouri ya fukusou wo kubaru no ha shinsetsu na koto kono ue nai
No work is more warming than distributing free food and clothes to the evacuees.

oya ga jiko ni atu te imouto ga iede wo shi te iru n da kono joukyou ha kanashii koto kono ue nai
My parents got in an accident, my sister left home. The situation can’t be sadder.

ko ga jisatsu shi tari watashi ga rikon shi tari suru nante higeki na koto kono ue nai
My daughter committed suicide, I got divorced, nothing is more tragic than that.

daigaku ni goukaku suru koto ha ureshii koto kono ue nai
Nothing is happier than getting into university.

nan nen demo kichou na shou wo moraeru nante shiawase na koto kono ue nai
Nothing is happier than getting the precious prize year after year.

Note: Is used in written language and can change into 「このうえなく…」

Related structures :

ことだ kotoda

ことか kotoka

ことがある kotogaaru

ということ toiukoto

ことうけあいだ kotoukeaidada, koto ukeaidada

ことができる kotogadekiru

ことこのうえない kotonouenai, koto

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