JLPT N1 Grammar (nari tomo)


at least; even a little

How to use


Learn Japanese grammar: (nari tomo). Meaning: at least; even a little.​

When using this grammar point, make sure to set the example or target.

Example A)

dare nari tomo


Example B)

doko e nari tomo


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Example #1

dare nari tomo tsurete kite.
Bring anyone you'd like.
Example #2

chotto nari tomo aitai.
I want to meet up, even if it's just for a little bit.
Example #3

sono wakamono to hanashite mite, tashou nari tomo kyoukan dekiru koto ga atta.
While attempting to talk to that youngster, I felt that I was able to sympathize a bit with them.
Example #4

rijichou ni hitome nari tomo awasete itadakemasen deshouka.
Could you please let me see the board chairmen just for even a second?

Vocabulary List

若者わかものyoung person
多少たしょうmore or less; a few; some
共感きょうかんsympathy; empathy
理事長りじちょうboard chairmen
一目ひとめglance; one second

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