Japanese なんら…も…ない grammar nanrano…mo…nai

Japanese なんら…も…ない grammar nanrano…mo…nai
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Let’s learn Japanese なんら…も…ない grammar nanrano…mo…nai:

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Describe a strong negative expression.


Seifu wa nanra no iken mo jinmin ni shirasenai
The Government does not tell the people any opinion.

Koko de nanra no ninki mo nai.
There is no one here.

Kono yatsu wa sonna hidoi koto o shitanoni nanra no haji mo nai.
This guy did such a terrible thing without being ashamed.

Soushitara nanra no rieki mo e rarenaidarou.
If you do that, you won’t get any profit.

Kyou wa nanra kaiteki mo nai.
I’m not happy today.

Note: This structure is used in formal situation. In speaking, we often use「なんのNもVない」

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