JLPT N3 Grammar (ni chigai nai)


I’m sure/ certain; no doubt that~

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Verb (casual form)に違いない
ni chigai nai に違いない にちがいない jlpt n3 grammar meaning 文法 例文 japanese flashcards

Learn Japanese grammar: 【にちがいない】(ni chigai nai). Meaning: I’m sure/ certain; no doubt that~.

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Example #1

sore wa itai ni chigai nai.
I bet that hurts.
Example #2

kare wa mada neteiru ni chigai nai.
I'm sure he's still sleeping.
Example #3

tomu san wa kuruma o 7 dai mo motte iru kara, o kanemochi ni chigai nai.
Tom has 7 cars, so there's no doubt he's rich.
Example #4

ano resutoran wa itsumo hito ga ooii kara, ninki ga aru ni chigainai.
That restuarant is always full of people so it's definitely a popular place.
Example #5

risa san wa 3 nen mo ryouri kyoushitsu ni kayotte iru kara, kanojo no ryouri wa kitto oishii ni chigainai.
Lisa has been going to cooking school for 3 years, so her food is surely delicious.
Example #6

chuugokujin wa kanji o takusan shitte iru kara, kitto Nihon no kanji mo sugu ni oboerareru ni chigainai.
Chinese people know a lot of kanji (chinese characters), so they can surely quickly learn Japanese characters as well.
Example #7

キムさんは5かいめでようやくJLPT N1にごうかくできたので、だれよりもうれしかったにちがいない。
kimu san wa 5 kaime de youyaku JLPT N1 ni goukaku dekita node, dare yori mo ureshikatta ni chigainai.
Kim finally passed the JLPT N1 on his 5th try and is undoubtedly the happiest person around.
Example #8

kanojo wa nihon ni 10 nen mo sunde ita kara, nihongo ga jouzu ni hanaseru ni chigainai.
She has been living in Japan for 10 years so she surely speaks Japanese well.

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