Japanese ばかりでなく…も grammar bakaridenaku..mo

Japanese ばかりでなく…も grammar bakaridenaku..mo
Japanese ばかりでなく…も grammar bakaridenaku..mo

Let’s learn Japanese ばかりでなく…も grammar bakaridenaku..mo :

JLPT level : N3

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Not only..but also….First clause express natural, obvious event, the second clause means “Even…also..”

Examples :

Ano ko ha e o kaku no ha ii bakari de naku, utau no mo umai desu.
That child not only draw well but also sing beautifully.

nipponjin bakari de naku, sekaijuu no hito ga chikyuu ondan ka mondai ni kanshin o motte iru.
Not only Japanese but also people all around the war care about Gloal warming

kono bangumi ha omoshiroi bakari de naku, samazama na koto mo manaberu.
This program is interesting, i also learn many things from it.

kare ha machi o annai shi te kure ta bakari de naku, kono chihou no ryouri mo gochisou shi te kure ta.
He introduce me not only the town but also local cuisins.

nippon no haru bakari de naku fuyu demo kirei na keshiki da.
It’s beautiful in not only Spring of Japan but also in winter.

Note: Other auxilliaries “まで”、 “さえ”、 “でも” can also replace “も”.
This is formal form. In written language we use “だけじゃなくて”

Related structures :

ばかりいる bakariiru
ばかりで bakaride
ばかりだ bakarida
ばかりの bakarino
んばかり nbakari
ばかりに bakarini
ばかりもいられない bakarimoirarenai
とばかりはいえない tobakarihaienai
とばかりおもっていた tobakariomotteita
とばかりに tobakarini
ばかりか bakarika
ばかりでなく…も bakaridenaku…mo

above is Japanese ばかりでなく…も grammar bakaridenaku..mo. 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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