JLPT N3 Grammar (betsu ni~nai)


not really, not particularly

How to use

別にVerb (ない form)
Noun + ではない
な-adjective + ではない
い-adjective + くない
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Learn Japanese grammar: 【べつに~ない】(betsu ni~nai). Meaning: not really, not particularly.

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Example #1

sore wa betsu ni warui koto demo nai.
That's not particularly a bad thing.
Example #2

betsu ni kare no tame ni tsukutta wake dewa nai.
It’s not like I made this for him.
Example #3

kono shigoto ni wa betsu ni kigen wa nai.
There is no time limit in particular for completing this job.
Example #4

kimi wa betsu ni warui koto o shite iru wake dewa nai.
It's not like you're doing anything wrong.
Example #5

tada komatte iru hito o tetsudaitai dake dayo. Betsu ni kare no koto ga suki dewa nai.
I just want to help people who need help. It's not like I like him or anything.
Example #6

watashi wa kekkou desu. betsu ni hoshii mono wa nai.
I'm good. It's not like there's anything I want.
Example #7

watashi wa betsu ni kanojo ga daikirai na wake dewa arimasen yo.
It’s not that I really dislike her.
Example #8

ii yo. watashi wa betsu ni kyuuryou wa nakutemo kamawanai.
It's OK. I don't really mind if I don't have a salary.

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