Japanese ちっとも…ない grammar chittomo…nai

Japanese ちっとも…ない grammar chittomo…nai
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Let’s learn Japanese ちっとも…ない grammar chittomo…nai:

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Emphasize the negative meaning “not at all…”


Chichi no byoujou ha chittomo yokunai.
My father’s health condition is not good at all.

Machi ha mukashi ni kurabete chittomo henka shinai.
The town has never changed one bit compared to the past.

Kare no tensuu ha chitto mo kaizen sarenai.
His score does not improved at all.

Ano ko ha watashi no chuui ha chitto mo kikanakatta.
That child didn’t listen to my reminder at all.

Ri-da- ha watashitachi to chittomo soudan shinaide katte ni kimemashita.
The leader decided on his own without discussing with us.

Note: It is used in speaking and more friendly than 「すこしも」. This structure is different from「ぜんぜん」. That is, it is not used to describe the number of times.

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