Japanese のみ grammar nomi

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Let’s learn Japanese のみ grammar nomi :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Expressing the meaning “only in the range that the speaker mentions.”


kare ga iede wo suru zen ni nokoshi ta mono ha kono tegami nomi desu
What he left before leaving home was just this letter.

ano hito ha watakushi ni hayaku de te toiu kotoba nomi wo ii mashi ta
He just told me one word “Go out”.

ichi nichi naka ano hito ha keitai denwa nomi wo tsukatu ta
He only used the phone all day.

kare ha dekakeru toki mizu no botoru nomi wo motu te i mashi ta
When he went out, just brought a bottle of water.

heiwa nomi ga atu tara nan demo ii desu
There is only peace, everything will be OK.

Note: This structure is used in formal way, writing . In speaking, we use「だけ」 or「ばかり」 .

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