Japanese なにひとつ…ない grammar nanihitotsu…nai

Japanese なにひとつ…ない grammar nanihitotsu…nai
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Let’s learn Japanese なにひとつ…ない grammar nanihitotsu…nai:

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Describe a strong negative expression: “nothing/not at all…” that relates to things and events. In case of relating to people, we use the form「だれひとり…ない」


yaritai kohoha hitotsu dekinai
I can’t do a single thing that I want to do.

kono hon wo nani hitotsu yonda koto ga nai
I have never read any of these books.

te-buru ni narande iru okashi ha nani hitotsu tabenakatta
I didn’t eat any sweets on the table.

tadashii michi wo nani hitotsu erabimasen
I don’t choose any right paths.

kare hitori kantan ni shinjinai houga ii
You shouldn’t trust anyone simply.

Written above is the Japanese なにひとつ…ない grammar nanihitotsu…nai. In case you don’t understand the signs that we used in the formation, you can find out their meanings here in this post: signs used in Japanese grammar structures.

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