Japanese ないといい grammar naitoii

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

Formation :

N/Aな+でないといい
Aくないといい
Vないといい

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.

Examples:

あの人は私がするつもりのことを阻まないといいのに。
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.

子供をそんなに厳しく叱らないといいけれど。
Kodomo wo sonnani kibishiku shikara naitoii keredo.
If only I hadn’t scolded my children so seriously.

そんなに寒いとき出かけないといいけれど。今は風邪にかかってしまった。
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.

あの人に信じないといいのに。
Ano hito ni shinji naitoii noni.
If only I hadn’t trusted him.

こんなに単純でないといいのに。お金をたくさんだまされました。
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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