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Sometimes there are nice shortcuts with Japanese. Let's learn what happens to a question word when you add a も.


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The も attached to these question words means "none".

(なに)
what

(なに)

nothing; not any
(followed by negative verb)

(だれ)
who

(だれ)
everyone; anyone

-or- no-one (followed by negative verb)

どこ
where

どこにも
nowhere
(followed by negative verb)

いつ
when

いつも
always
-or- never (followed by a positive or negative verb)


 Examples:

(わたし)は、(なに)()っていません。 (I) don't have anything.

(だれ)私の意見(いけん)()きたくないです。 No one wants to hear my opinion.

■ かぎは、どこにもありませんでした。 The keys were nowhere.

■ あの()は、いつもゲームをしています。 That kid is always playing (video) games.



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