Japanese ないといい grammar naitoii

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Let’s learn Japanese ないといい grammar naitoii :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Describing that the speaker doesn’t wish it that way. This structure is often used in case something happens or is at risk.


Ano hito wa watashi ga suru tsumori no koto wo habama naitoii noni.
It would have been good if he hadn’t stopped what I was about to do.

Kodomo wo sonnani kibishiku shikara naitoii keredo.
If only I hadn’t scolded my children so seriously.

Sonnani samui toki dekake naitoii keredo. Ima wa kaze ni kakatte shimatta.
If only I hadn’t gone out when it was so cold. Now I have a cold.

Ano hito ni shinji naitoii noni.
If only I hadn’t trusted him.

Konnani tanjunde naitoii noni. Okane wo takusan damasa remashita.
If hope that it wouldn’t be so simple. I used to be tricked into losing a lot of money.

Note: At the end of sentence, there are some phrases like「いいのに/が/けれど」、 …It is natural speaking . You can also say 「なければいい」.

Above is Japanese ないといい grammar naitoii. If you don’t understand the signs we used in formation, you can find their meaning here : signs used in Japanese grammar structures.

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