Japaneseに堪えない にたえない grammar nitaenai

Japaneseに堪えない にたえない grammar nitaenai
Japaneseに堪えない にたえない grammar  nitaenai

Japaneseに堪えない にたえない grammar nitaenai :

JLPT level : N1

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

1. Expresses the meaning “Can’t stand..”, usually in bad states or situations where it’s upsetting to hear, look or read. This structure is only used with limited verbs like read, see, hear, …
How to use: Vるにたえない


Kodomo ha doukyuusei ni ijimerareru koto o miru ni tae nai.
I can’t bear watching my kids getting bullied by his/her classmates.

Kasai ni hakai sare ta machi no koukei o miru ni tae nai.
I can’t stand looking at the town’s landscape after the fire.

Ano akachan ha nakaseru baka na ko domo tachi no waraigoe o kiku ni kotae nai.
I couldn’t stand it when I hear the laugh of those idiot kids that made that baby cry.

2. Expresses the meaning “very, extremely..”. This structure can only be used with a small number of nouns to emphasize the meaning of those nouns. Often used in formal greeting.
How to use: Nにたえない


Ano hito ha watashi o tasuke ta. Kangeki ni kotae nai.
That person has helped me. I’m very much appreciated.

Okyakusama kara ii hyouban o morae te, kansha ni kotae nai.
I thank you very much for your good reviews.

Anata ha totemo genki da sou de, boku ha kanki ni kotae nai.
I heard that you’re still well so I’m very happy.

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の至り noitari

above is Japaneseに堪えない にたえない grammar nitaenai. 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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