Japanese grammar dictionary

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Let’s learn Japanese なくしては/なくして grammar nakushiteha/ nakushite :

JLPT level : N1

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Expressing the meaning “If there is no N …”. This structure is often used in situations that you want to express “If you don’t have N, it is difficult to do something”.


Kanojo no tetsudai naku shite wa, jibun no chikara de kono shigoto ga owaranai darou.
If it weren’t for her help, the job wouldn’t end by only me.

Mina to no soudankai naku shite, ima no seikou ga erarenai.
Without a discussion session with people, I would not be able to succeed now.

Nintai naku shite wa, kodomo ga settoku dekinaidarou.
Without patience, I would not be able to convince the children.

Nakamura sensei no enjo naku shite wa, ributsu no kontesuto de takai shou ga torenai.
Without the help of Mr. Nakamura, I would not be able to win a high prize in the Physics competition.

Oya no ai naku shite, shakai ni yakunitatsu hito ni naranai.
Without the love of parents, child can’t become an useful person for society.

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above is Japanese なくしては/なくして grammar nakushiteha/ nakushite. 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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