Japaneseっこない/できっこない grammar kkonai/ dekikkonai

Japaneseっこない/できっこない grammar kkonai/ dekikkonai
Japaneseっこない/できっこない grammar  kkonai/ dekikkonai

Let’s learn Japaneseっこない/できっこない grammar kkonai/ dekikkonai :

JLPT level : N2

Formation :

Vます(bỏ ます)+っこない

Meaning and how to use :

Describe the meaning “no chance…/ impossible to happen…”. It’s used to indicate an event that impossible according to the speaker.

For example

Motomoto ano shouhin ha watashi no desu. Kare ni ha mora ekko nai.
Originally it was mine. He can not get it.

kyou chuu ni sonnani nagai bunshou o kaku nante de kikko nai.
Writing such a long text within a day is impossible.

konnani takai terebi, watashi ga hoshii desu ga kae kko nai.
This TV is too expensive that I can not afford to buy it.

ano sensei ha totemo kibishii desu. Shiken chuu kanningu nanka de kikko nai.
That teacher is very strict. We have no chance to treat at exam.

kono kyoku ha kashu demo muzukashiku kanji masu. Ama na boku ha uta ekko nai.
That song is difficult for even singers. A non-professional like me can not sing it.

+) This way of saying is mostly in close or intimate relationships. Not used in writings.
+) できっこない is the commonly used form.

Related structures :

above is Japaneseっこない/できっこない grammar kkonai/ dekikkonai. 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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