Japanese grammar dictionary

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Let’s learn Japanese べくもない grammar bekumonai :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Expressing the meaning “cannot … / certainly not …/ impossible to do something”.

This is used in writing, but is old and not often used nowaday


Kare no hitori de watashitachi no guruupu wo katsubeku mo nai yo.
He cannot win our team by himself.

Nihon kara Amerika made iku no wa, ichinichijuu sha de ikubeku mo nai yo.
From Japan, going to the US cannot go for 1 day by car.

Kanojo wa zenryoku o tsukushite mo kono shigoto ga dekinaidarou. Tanomubeku mo nai.
She might not be able to do this even if she tried her best. I can’t rely on her.

Kare no itta koto o zenbu shirubeku mo nai.
It is impossible to know all what he said.

Ima, uchi kara gakkou made aruku no wa maniaubeku mo nai.
Now that walking from home to school can not be in time.

above is Japanese べくもない grammar bekumonai. 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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