Japanese ことはない grammar kotohanai

Japanese ことはない grammar kotohanaiJapanese ことはない grammar kotohanai width=

Let’s learn Japanese ことはない grammar kotohanai :

Formation :

Vる+ことはない

Meaning and how to use :

Expresses the meaning “no need to do something”.
For example

泣くことはないよ。俺は君を助けるよ。
naku koto ha nai yo ore ha kimi wo tasukeru yo
No need to cry. I’m going to help you.

心配することはないよ。高橋さんははやく帰るから。
shimpai suru koto ha nai yo takabashi san ha hayaku kaeru kara
No need to worry. Anh Takahashi will go back soon.

そんなに怒ることはないよ。何でもよくなるよ。
sonnani okoru koto ha nai yo nan demo yoku naru yo
No need to be angry like that. Everything will be fine.

叫ぶことはないよ。私も聞こえるよ。
sakebu koto ha nai yo watakushi mo kikoeru yo
No need to yell. I can hear.

こんなに急ぐことはないよ。時間がたくさんあるからゆっくりでもいい。
konnani isogu koto ha nai yo jikan ga takusan aru kara yukkuri demo ii
No need to hurry. Take it slow, we have time.

Note: This structure is used to encourage or advise someone.

Above is Japanese ことはない grammar kotohanai. If you don’t understand the signs we used in formation, you can find their meaning here : signs used in Japanese grammar structures.

You can search the structure you want by using the search tool on our website (using key : grammar + ‘structure name’ or you can find more Japanese grammar structures in the following category : Japanese grammar dictionary

Stay with us on :
Facebook - Twitter - Pinterest - Reddit

Suggested by Google

Leave a Reply

error: Alert: Content is protected !!