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何事, 何ごと, なにごと

  • nanigoto


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • what
  • something
  • everything


  • nothing (with neg. verb)


  • something or other
  • unspecified matter

Examples of 何事,何ごと,なにごと in a Sentence

Nothing could sway his conviction.
You should do your best in everything.
Come what may, we must remain cheerful.
Come what may, I shall never change my mind.
She is honest in all she does.
My friend has had three jobs in a year; he never sticks to anything for long.
All things must have an end.
She gives the impression of not caring much about anything.
Resignation is the first lesson of life.
Don't go to extremes. To be moderate is important in anything.

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