Japanese ないものでもない grammar naimonodemonai

Japanese ないものでもない grammar naimonodemonai
Japanese ないものでもない grammar naimonodemonai

Let’s learn Japanese ないものでもない grammar naimonodemonai :

JLPT level : N1

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Expresses the meaning “Not that I can’t..”. Used when wanting to express the reluctance feeling about something that the speaker can do.


Sono teido no shukudai ha yare nai mono de mo nai.
Not that I can’t do assignments of this level.

Kono koshou shi ta terebi o shuuri shi nai mono de mo nai ga, chotto muzukashii.
Not that I can’t fix this broken TV but it’s quite hard.

Ni hon go no hon ga yome nai mono de mo nai ga, tokidoki wakara nai kotoba ga aru.
Not that I can’t read books in Japanese but sometimes there are words that I don’t know.

Sonnani nagai sakubun ga kake nai mono de mo nai ga chotto jikan ga kakaru desho u.
Not that I can’t write such a long essay like this but it might take a little while.

Tasuke nai mono de mo nai ga, watashi dake de ha muzukashii daro u to omou.
Not that I don’t want to help but only me is rather difficult to help.

Note: This structure is formal and quite old-dated.
Quite similar to the structure 「なくもない」

Related structures :

なくもない nakumonai

above is Japanese ないものでもない grammar naimonodemonai. 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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