Japanese てやまない grammar teyamanai

Japanese てやまない grammar teyamanai
Japanese てやまない grammar teyamanai

Japanese てやまない grammar teyamanai :

JLPT level : N1

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Expresses that a relationship is still going on and well. Often translated as “has always…”


Watashi ha kanojo ni aijou o tsuduke te yama nai.
My love for her hasn’t faded away.

Musuko ha takahashi nohara kashu ni aoi de yama nai.
My son has always adored the singer Takahashi Nohara.

Oya ha jibun no kodomo ni ooku kitai shi te yama nai.
Parents never stop believing in their children.

Watashi ga aisuru hito ni shiawase o negatte yama nai.
I will always wish the best things for people I love.

Kimi ni buji o inotte yama nai.
I will always pray for your safety.

+) Always used after a verb indicating emotion.
+) Mostly used in novels, rarely used in normal conversations.

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