Japanese も…ない grammar mo…nai

Japanese も…ない grammar mo…nai
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Let’s learn Japanese も…ない grammar mo…nai:

Formation :

The smallest number of something + も…ない

Meaning and how to use :

Describe the meaning “no one/nothing/no~….”


Hitori mo watashi ni shinji nai.
No one believes in me.

Kare ha okotteiru node kinou kara watashi to hitokoto mo iwanai.
Since he is angry, he hasn’t t said a word to me since yesterday.

Ano hito ha doubutsu ga daisuki da to itta noni ippiki mo kawanai.
He said that he loved animals, but he doesn’t have any.

Ima iroiro na kaitai mono ga attaga, okane ga ichien mo nai node yamerushikata ga nai.
There are many things I want to buy now but I can’t because I don’t have any money.

Anohi igo, kanojo ni ichinichi mo aenai.
I have never met her for a day since that day.

Note: Only goes with words describing the minimum unit is “one”.

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