Japanese なん…も grammar nan…mo
Let’s learn Japanese なん…も grammar nan…mo:
なん + counting units +も
Meaning and how to use :
Describe a large number of something.
Nando mo chuuishita noni kare ha taido wo kaenai.
Although I have reminded him many times, he hasn’t changed his attitude.
Musuko ha nannichi mo ie ni kaeranai.
My son hasn’t returned home for days.
Nankai mo shippai shita noni kare ha ka wo dasenai.
Although he has failed many times, he still can’t learn the lesson.
Nannin mo sanka shita noni yuushou shita hito ga awarasenai.
Many people joined, but the winner hasn’t appeared yet.
Nanji mo matteita noni kare no sugata ga mienai.
I have been waiting for many hours, but I still can’t see him.
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