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些とも, ちっとも

  • chittomo


adverb (fukushi)

  • not at all (neg. verb)

Examples of 些とも,ちっとも in a Sentence

I am not the least bit worried.
I have not seen anything of Elizabeth lately.
This hen does not lay eggs at all these days.
We're a mixed group and I never knew who was a Serb, a Croat or a Muslim.
It'll serve him right if he fails the exam; he doesn't study at all.
Your explanation sounds plausible, but it just doesn't hold water.
He made no progress in his speaking ability.
Time passed rapidly and the work didn't advance at all.
This hen does not lay eggs at all these days.
Are you tired? "No, not at all."

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