Japanese なん…も…ない grammar nan…mo…nai
Let’s learn Japanese なん…も…ない grammar nan…mo…nai:
なん+ counting units +も…ない
Meaning and how to use :
Describe a small quantity of something or small number of times. But it sometimes describes a large quantity of something.
kono pa-thi- ni sanka suru hito ha nannin mo inai darou
The number of people attending this party is probably no more than a few people.
kare to kenka shinai hi ha nannichi monai
There are hardly any day that I don’t fight with him.
kare to kyouryoku suru chansu ha nando mo nai
There are not many chances to cooperate with him.
kono chihoude ie ha nanken mo nai darou
There are not many houses in this area.
nokotte iru tamago ha nanko mo nai
There are not many eggs left.
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