JLPT N3 Grammar (towa kagiranai)


not necessarily so; is not always true

How to use

Verb (casual)とは限らない
Noun + だ
な-adjective + だ
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Learn Japanese grammar: 【とはかぎらない】(towa kagiranai). Meaning: not necessarily so; is not always true.

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Example #1

sensei no kotae ga itsumo tadashii towa kagirimasen.
The teacher's answers are not always correct.
Example #2

kouiu ongaku wa dare demo suki da towa kagiranai.
This sort of music is not necessarily liked by everyone.
Example #3

okanemochi ni nareba, kanarazu shiawase ni naru towa kagirimasen.
Becoming rich doesn't necessarily make you happy.
Example #4

ii daigaku o sotsugyou shita kara, ii kaisha ni haireru towa kagiranai.
Just because you graduated from a good university doesn't mean you'll be able to get into a good company.
Example #5

muryou no hou ga ii towa kagiranai. muryou no mono wa shitsu ga hikui mono ga ooi desu.
The free option is not always necessary the best option. Often free items are of low quality.
Example #6

Gakkou ni ikanakereba puro ni narenai towa kagirimasen. Jibun de benkyou shite puro ni naru hito mo imasu.
It's not always true that if you don't go to school you can't become a professional. There are people who become professionals by studying on their own.
Example #7

takai purezento ga kanarazu yorokobareru towa kagiri masen. aite no suki na mono o agemashou.
Expensive presents don't always bring happiness. Make sure to give someone something they like.
Example #8

rainen mo shigoto ga aru towa kagiranai kara, chanto chokin shite okanakereba ikenai.
There's no guarantee that there will be work next year so I need to make sure to save some money while I can.

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