Japanese なくてもいい grammar nakutemoii

Japanese なくてもいい grammar nakutemoii
Japanese なくてもいい grammar nakutemoii

Let’s learn Japanese なくてもいい grammar nakutemoii :

JLPT level : N5

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Describe the meaning “no need to/ don’t have to…”.

For example

Watashi ni au toki, aisatsu o shi naku te mo ii desu.
You don’t have to greet when you meet me.

ima nani mo memo shi naku te mo ii desu yo. Taisetsu na koto ja nai desu kara.
It’s unneccessary to note anything. There’s nothing important.

ie masu ga, nani mo iwa naku te mo ii desu.
You and either say something or not.

kore ha kimi ga kashi tai hon desu. Ima ha yoma naku te mo ii desu ga, kanarazu yon de kudasai.
This is the book you want to borrow. No need to read it immediately, but you must read.

sono muzukashii shitsumon ha kotae naku te mo ii.
Don’t have to answer such difficult questions.

Note: If we want to say formally, we use”なくともよい”.
In some cases we use”なくても大丈夫”, “なくてもかまわない”.

Related structures :

なくともよい nakutomoyoi
なくてもいい nakutemoii

above is Japanese なくてもいい grammar nakutemoii. 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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