Japanese ただ…のみ grammar tada…nomi

Japanese ただ…のみ grammar tada…nomi
Japanese ただ…のみ grammar tada...nomi

Japanese ただ…のみ grammar tada…nomi :

JLPT level : N1

Formation :

Vる/V thể ngắn+のみ

Meaning and how to use :

Expresses the meanings:
+) If used with nouns or adjectives, it means: “only” “solely” “only that” or “only way is..”
+) If used with verbs, it means:”Only that action should be done” or “in the process of doing that action”.


Oya no enjo nomi ni tayotte i te ha jiritsu na hito ni nara nai yo.
If you rely solely on your parent’s assistance you will not be a independant person.

Kaigi no junbi ha mou owari mashi ta. Kon tada shusseki suru nomi desu.
Preparations for the meeting are done. You only need to attend now.

Dare ni mo tasuke te kure nai kara, jibun de doryoku nomi desu.
Because no one will help me, I can only rely on myself.

Sonnani fukuzatsu na kikai o naoseru hito ha tada beteran na kare nomi desu.
The only one who can fix a complicated machine like this is him.

Tada souzou suru nomi desu yo. Yatte mi ta koto ha ari mase n.
I only imagined it. I never tried.

+) のみ often goes with ただ
+) Mostly used in literary works. For verbal communication, use だけ or ばかり

Related structures :

だけ dake
ばかり bakari

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