Nはちょっと… is used to say negative things softly. In the Japanese language textbook called Irodori, Nはちょっと… is used to tell that you don’t like a food when asked about your food preferences.
Related Information about Nはちょっと…
Related information about Nはちょっと… is as follows.
|Sentence Pattern||Nはちょっと… *N:Noun|
|in Irodori||Starter, Lesson 5|
|in Minna no Nihongo||Lesson 9|
|Function||to say negative things softly|
|Situation||when you tell that you don’t like a food when asked about your food preferences|
|Example Sentence(s)||A: 日本の食べ物、何が好きですか?|
Nihon no tabemono, nani ga suki desu ka?
What is your favorite Japanese food?
Udon ga suki desu.
I like udon noodles.
How about ramen noodles?
Raamen wa, chotto…
I don’t really like ramen noodles.
|Video(s)||Irodori Online Course|
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|e-Learning Materials||Irodori Online Course, Starter, L5|
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