Japanese にはあたらない grammar nihaataranai

Japanese にはあたらない grammar nihaataranai
Japanese にはあたらない grammar nihaataranai

Let’s learn Japanese にはあたらない grammar nihaataranai:

JLPT level : N1

Formation :


Meaning and how to use Japanese にはあたらない grammar nihaataranai :

Expresses the meaning “Not worth/appropriate to V”. This structure is often uused with the structure 「…からといって」.
When combining with this structure, it means “Because/due to.. that it doesn’t worth to..”


Nihongo o benkyou suru hito ga fue te iru. Sono koto ha odoroku ni ha atara nai desho u.
Learner of the Japanese language is increasing. This isn’t that surprising.

Tsugi no suteppu ha seikou ni chikaduku suteppu kara to itte, kore made akirameru ni ha atara nai.
The next step is one step closer to victory so it isn’t worth it to give up here.

Oya ha muri no koto bakari de kodomo o shikaru kara to itte, tokidoki kodomo ha oya ni hageshiku iikaesu koto ha odoroku ni ha atara nai.
Because parents always scold their children for the smallest thing so it’s not that surprising that the children argue back at some point.

Kondo ha chiisai shippai desu yo. Naku ni ha atara nai.
This time is only a small lost.It isn’t worth to cry for.

Seito no kotoba de okoru ni ha atara nai.
It isn’t worth to be mad about the students’ words.

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above is Japanese にはあたらない grammar nihaataranai. 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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