Japanese にこしたことはない grammar nikoshitakotohanai

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Let’s learn Japanese にこしたことはない grammar nikoshitakotohanai :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Expresses the meaning “…still better/ not lose anything at all”. It’s used to talk about something obviously true.
For example

genki na tei ga aru ni koshi ta koto ha nai
Having a healthy body is still better.

nan mo shi nai uchi ni gakkou ni tsuugaku suru ni koshi ta koto ha nai
While we are not doing anything, going to school is still better.

ii tsumuri ga aru ni koshi ta koto ha nai
Being intelligent is still better.

sonnani atsui tenki nara mushiro samui ni koshi ta koto ha nai
If it keeps being so hot like this, it’d rather be cold.

kimi to issho ni iku ni koshi ta koto ha nai
It’s better to go with you.

Above is Japanese にこしたことはない grammar nikoshitakotohanai. 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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