Japanese grammar dictionary

Japanese ずとも grammar zutomo
Japanese ずとも grammar zutomo

Let’s learn Japanese grammar ずとも zutomo :

JLPT level : N1

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Expresses the meaning “No need to do V / even without doing … After this structure are typically sayings like 「わかる」、「いい」


Sono koto o setsumei se zu to mo wakaru.
I can understand without your explaning.

Ano isha ha kanja no sugata o mi zu tomo sono kanja ga dono byouki ni naru ka wakaru.
Without even looking at patient, that doctor can find out which  disease he/she will catch.

Yamada san no koto ha ano hito ni kika zu tomo ii.
You needn’t ask that person about Mr. Yamada (he know nothing).

Watashi ga kubi ni naru koto ha, iware zu to mo wakaru.
About me being fired, I can understanding without being told.

Kodomo o shikara zu tomo ii kyouiku no houhou ga ari masu.
There are ways to teach your children that you needn’t yell at your children.

Note : This structure is used in writing.

Above is Japanese ずとも grammar zutomo. 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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