JLPT N1 Grammar (nakushite)

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Nounなくして(は)
Verb すること

Learn Japanese grammar: (nakushite). Meaning: without.

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Example #1

努力しなかったら
doryoku nakushite wa seikou wa arienai.
Success is not possible without effort.
Example #2

健康な体がなかったら
kenkouna karada nakushite donnani okane ga attemo shiawase to wa ienai
It doesn't matter how much money one has, they cannot be happy without a healthy body.
Example #3

相互理解がなかったら
nikokukan no sougorikai nakushite ryoukoku no yuukoukankei wo tamotsu koto wa dekinai.
Without mutual understanding of each other, it is not possible for different countries to have a good friendship with each other.

Vocabulary List

KanjiKanaEnglish
努力どりょくeffort
成功せいこうsuccess
健康けんこうhealth
相互理解そうごりかいmutual understanding
両国りょうこくboth countries
友好ゆうこうfriendship
保つたもつto hold; maintain

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