Japanese ずにはおかない grammar zunihaokanai

Japanese ずにはおかない grammar zunihaokanai
Japanese ずにはおかない grammar zunihaokanai

Let’s learn Japanese ずにはおかない grammar zunihaokanai :

JLPT level : N1

Formation :

Vない(remove ない)+ずにはおかない

Meaning and how to use :

Describe a spontaneous action. Means “anyway, surely”, usually used to express the result of spontaneous attitude, contention… The afterward action normally must happen because of (people’s normal) feeling.

for example

Kanojo no taido ha, mina ni kiraware zu ni ha oka nai.
Her attitude makes people hate her anyway.

shushou no supīchi ha jinmin o kandou sase zu ni ha oka nai.
Prime Minister’s speech touched his citizen anyway

kono e ga o miru to, sakka no yasashi sa o kanjise zu ni ha oka nai.
When you look at this picture, you surely feel the subtleties of the artist.

watashi tachi no kotoba ha sensei o okorase zu ni ha oka nai.
Our word make the teacher angry anyway.

kimitachi no hanashi ha omoshiroku te, mina no chuumoku o abi zu ni ha oka nai.
Your story is so interesting that people are surely lured.

Note : しない becomes せずに

Related structures :

ずに zuni
ずにいる zuniiru
ずにおく zunioku
ずにすむ zunisumu
ずにはいられない zunihairarenai
ずにはすまない zunihasumanai

above is Japanese ずにはおかない grammar zunihaokanai. 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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