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Let’s learn Japanese といわず…といわず grammar toiwazu…toiwazu :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Expresses the meaning “Regardless of N1 or N2..”. It is used to say that all N stated share a characteristic.
For example

kanojo ha doku sa re te kuchi to iwa zu me to iwa zu chi ga nagashi te ta
She’s poisoned so she’s bleeding regardless of being from her mouth or her eyes.

ichi nichi moku wo ue te te to iwa zu ashi to iwa zu doromamire da
Planting trees all day makes regardless of my arms or legs covered with mud.

muzukashii mondai ni au toki nou to iwa zu shinkei kei to iwa zu ugoku
When you get a difficult question, both your mental system and brain work.

tsukare ta to te to iwa zu ashi to iwa zu shibireru baai ga ohi
When you are tired, in many cases, both your arms and legs get numb.

machigai shisei de neru to tsumuri to iwa zu kubi to iwa zu itaku naru mono da
Sleeping in the wrong posture makes both your neck and head get hurt.

Note: N is often a part of something.

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