JLPT N2 Grammar (chitto mo~nai)

Meaning

(not) at all; (not) in the least

How to use

ちっともVerb (ない form)

Learn Japanese grammar: (chitto mo~nai). Meaning: (not) at all; (not) in the least.

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Example #1

おれのつまはえいごをちっともしらない。かのじょはにほんごしかはなせない。
ore no tsuma wa eigo o chitto mo shiranai. kanojo wa nihongo shika hanasenai.
My wife doesn't know any English. She only speaks Japanese.
Example #2

かれはちちおやのいうことをちっともきかない。
kare wa chichioya no iukoto o chitto mo kikanai.
He doesn't listen to anything his father says.
Example #3

かれはおんなのこのきもちなんかちっともわからない。
kare wa onna no ko no kimochi nanka chitto mo wakarai.
He doesn't understand the feelings of young women one bit.
Example #4

やすみのひなのに、あにはゲームをむちゅうでちっともあそんでくれない。
yasumi no hi nanoni, ani wa geemu wo muchuu de chitto mo asonde kurenai.
Even though it's are day off of school, my older brother is obsessed with his game and won't play with me (at all).
Example #5

かれのいうことはなんのことだかちっともわからない。
kare no iu koto wa nan no koto ka chitto mo wakaranai.
I can't make sense at all of what he says.
Example #6

れっしゃでだされるしょくじは、ちっともすきじゃなかったんです。
ressha de dasareru shokuji wa, chitto mo suki janakattan desu.
I really didn’t like the food they provided on the train.

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