How to use なんて(=nante)

nante

「マギー先生なんて聞いたことないよ。」
 
= “Maggie sensei” nante kiita koto naiyo.
 
= I have never heard of “Maggie sensei”.

Hi everyone.
We have the cutest guest teacher, ミツ先生(=Mitsu Sensei).  Isn’t he sweet???
He will teach you how to use なんて(=nante)  today.
:mm:  + なんて(=nante)
 
★How to form
Verb (plain form: any tense )+ なんて(=nante) :
Ex. する (=suru) to doなんて(=nante)
:rrrr:するなんて(=surunante)
Ex. した (=shita) did, have done + なんて(=nante)
:rrrr: したなんて(=shitanante)
Noun + なんて (= nante) :
Ex. ( =ame) rain + なんて (=nante)
:rrrr なんて (= ame nante)

 Adjective+ なんて(=nante) :

Ex.美味しい(=oishii) delicious + なんて(=nante)

:rrrr:美味しいなんて(=oishii nante)

Ex.だめ(=dame) not good, badなんて(=nante)

:rrrr:だめなんて(=dame nante)

Note: We sometimes add (=da) in front of  なんて(=nante) when we quote what we have heard or emphasize our feelings even more.

*するなんて= suru danante

*なんて=ame danante

*美味しいなんて=oishii danante

*だめなんて=dame danante

!flowerssss! When to use :

1) When you emphasize the word or sentence which comes before なんて(=nante)  and express your feelings such as  surprise (either positive or negative), disgust, admiration, happiness, disbelief, etc.Let’s compare the following sentences.

Ex. 1-a) 試験は嫌いだ。

= Shiken wa kiraida.
= I hate exams.
:rrrr: (stronger)
Ex. 1-b) 試験なんて嫌いだ。
= Shiken nante kiraida.
= I hate exams.
Note : 1-b) emphasizes “exams” and shows stronger emotion towards exams.
*****
Ex. 2-a) 漢字は書けない。
= Kanji wa kakenai.
= I can’t write kanji.
:rrrr: (stronger)
Ex. 2-b) 漢字なんて書けない。
= Kanji nante kakenai.
= There is no way that I can write kanji.
*****
Ex. 3-a) 彼のことを忘れることはできない。
= Kare no koto wo wasureru koto wa dekinai.
= I can’t forget about him.
:rrrr: (stronger)
Ex. 3-b) 彼のことを忘れるなんてことはできない。
= Kare no koto wo wasureru nante koto wa dekinai.
= There is no way that I can forget about him.

*****

Ex.受験勉強なんてなければいいのに。

=Juken benkyou nante nakereba iinoni.
= I wish we didn’t have to study for an entrance examination.
Ex. 浮気なんてしていません。
= Uwakinante shiteimasen.
= There is no way that I am having an affair.
Ex. お金なんていりません。
 = Okane nante irimasen.
= I don’t need money at all.
Ex. 付き合っている人なんて誰もいないよ。
= Tsukiatte iru hito nante dare mo inaiyo.
= I am not seeing anybody!
Ex. メロンが1個4千円(もする)なんて高過ぎる。
= Meron ga ikko yonsen en(mo suru ) nante takasugiru.
= A 4,000 yen melon is way too expensive.
Ex. 日曜日に仕事なんてしたくない。
 = Nichiyoubi ni shigoto nante shitakunai.
= I don’t want to work on Sunday.
Ex. もう恋なんてしない。
= Mou koi nante shinai.
= I had enough with love.

2) When you look down, belittle someone or something or lack of confidence.

 

Ex. 日本語なんて簡単だ。

 = Nihongo nante kantan da.
= Japanese is just easy!
Ex. なんて怖くない。
= Neko  nante kowakunai.
= I am not afraid of cats. (They are nothing.)
Ex. 愚痴なんて聞きたくもない。

= Guchi nante kikitaku mo nai.= I don’t want to hear you complaining.

 

Ex. AKBの曲なんて歌わない。

= AKB no kyoku  nante utawanai.

= There is no way that I would sing AKB’s songs.

Ex. なんて嫌いだ。

= Ame nante kiraida.

= I hate rain!

Ex. 相撲なんてつまらない。

= Sumo nante tsumaranai.

= Sumo is just boring.

Ex. 私のことなんてどうでもいいのね。(Female speech)

= Watashi no koto nante doudemo iinone.

= You don’t care about me, do you?

Ex. お兄ちゃんなんてもう知らない!
= Oniichan nante mou shiranai!
=(talking to one’s older brother.)

 I don’t care about you anymore!  / I don’t want to talk to you anymore! / I have had it with you, brother.

Note : 知らない(=shiranai) has two meanings.  “not to know”  and “not to care””give up on someone/something”

Ex. 彼には私なんてふさわしくありません。

= Kare niwa watashi nante fusawashiku arimasen.

= I don’t deserve him.

Ex. なんて

= Watashi nante…

= What good am I? (I am good for nothing. I don’t deserve it.)

:i: なんて can be used in both positive and negative meaning depending on the context.

Ex. えっ?沖縄に5回も行ったの?私なんてまだ一度も行ったことないよ。(negative)

= Eh? Okinawa ni gokai mo itta no? Watashi nante mada ichido mo itta koto naiyo.

= What? You have been to Okinawa five times already? I have never been there.

:u: (showing the contrast)

Ex. えっ?沖縄に行ったことないの?私なんてもう5回も行ったよ。 (positive/ in this case bragging)

= Eh? Okinawa ni itta koto naino? Watashi nante mou gokai mo ittayo.

= What? You have never been to Okinawa? I have been there five times already.

****

Ex. A : 「彼、最近、冷たいんだ。」

=Kare  saikin tsumetain da.

= You know my boyfriend has been very aloof lately.

:u: (showing the contrast/ in this case bragging)

Ex. B : 「私の彼なんてめちゃめちゃ優しいよ。」

= Watashi no kare nante mechamecha yasashii yo.

= But MY boyfriend is very sweet.

****

Ex. C :  「私の彼、いつもデートに遅刻してくるんだよ。」

= Watashi no kare itsumo deeto ni chikoku shitekurundayo.

= You know my boyfriend is always late for the date.
:u:  (showing the contrast/ giving the worse example.)

Ex. D : 「私の彼なんてもっとひどいよ。」

= Watashi no kare nante motto hidoiyo.

= Well, my boyfriend is even worse..

Pay attention to what comes before and after なんて(=nante) to see if it is used in a positive meaning or negative meaning.

(positive)

Ex. 日本に一人で行くなんてすごいね

= Nihon ni hitori de iku nante sugoine.

= It is great that you are going Japan by yourself.

(negative)

Ex. 日本に一人で行くなんてどうかしている

= Nihon ni hitori de itta nante douka shiteiru.

= You are nuts going to Japan by yourself.

******

(positive..well it could be negative.. :) )

Ex. 犬が日本語を教えているなんて信じられません。

= Inu ga nihongo wo oshieteiru nante shinjiraremasen.

= I can’t believe that a dog is teaching Japanese.

(negative)

Ex.彼があんなことをするなんて信じられない。

= Kare ga anna koto wo suru nante shinjirarenai.

= I can’t believe he did such a thing.

******

Ex. 日本語能力試験の1級に受かったなんてすごいね

= Nihongo nouryoku shiken no Ikyuu ni ukatta nante sugoine.

= It is great that you passed the level one of the Japanese Proficiency Exam.

Ex. そんなことを言うなんてひどい

= Sonna koto wo iunante hidoi.

= That’s a horrible thing to say.

:i: Note : なんて(=nante) and なんか(=nanka)

Some of you might wonder the difference between なんて(=nante) and なんか(=nanka)

Basically you can replace なんて(=nante) with なんか(=nanka) when it comes after a noun and when you want to emphasize the word showing your strong emotion or belittle someone/something.

Ex. なんて=watashi nante

:rrrr: なんか=watashi nanka

Ex. お金なんて=okane nante

:rrrr: お金なんか=okane nanka

However, you can’t replace なんて(=nante) with なんか(=nanka) when it comes after a verb or an adjective.

Ex. 行くなんて= ikunante

:rrrr:  You can’t say 行くなんか=ikunanka

Ex. するなんて= surunante

:rrrr: You can’t say するなんか= surunaka

Special note : Maggie Sensei once made a lesson : 「~もんか」「~もんだ」「~(だ)なんて」(~monka/=monda/~(da)nante) so please check the lesson.

:k: We sometimes leave the sentence unfinished with なんて(=nante) letting the listener read between the lines.

Ex. まだ6月なのに台風が来るなんて

= Mada rokugatsu nanoni taifuu ga kuru nante.

=Typhoon is coming in June already??? (being surprised)

(We can tell the speaker is trying to say “It is too early to have a typhoon in June.)

Ex. 彼が私のことを好きだなんて

= Kare ga watashi no koto wo sukida nante…

= I had no idea he liked me. (being surprised or confused)

 Ex. 1万円もしたワインがこんなにまずいなんて

= Ichimanen mo shita wain ga konnani mazui nante…

= I can’t believe this 10,000 yen wine tasted this bad. (being disappointed)

Ex.こんなかわいい彼女ができたなんて

= Konna kawaii kanojo ga dekitanante…

= I can’t believe I now have this lovely girlfriend. (being happy)

3) When you quote something/  such as, things like, a person like

Ex. 今、フレンチブルドッグが人気があるなんてことを聞きましたが、本当ですか?

= Ima furenchi burudoggu ga ninki ga arunante koto wo kikimashita ga hontou desuka?

= I heard something like French Bulldog is very popular now but is it true?

From Mitsu-sensei’s quote above :

Ex. マギー先生なんて聞いたことないよ。

= “Maggie sensei” nante kiita koto naiyo.

= I have never heard of Maggie sensei.

or

マギー先生なんて先生は聞いたことないよ。

= Maggie sensei nante sensei wa kiita koto naiyo.

= I have never heard of a teacher such as Maggie Sensei.

Ex. 「お嬢さん」なんて呼ばれると照れるなあ。

= Ojousan nante yobareru to tereru naa.

= I am embarrassed/flattered when you (or someone) address me “a young lady”.

Ex.お互いに家がこんなに近いなんて知らなかった。

= Otagai ni iega konna ni chikai nante shiranakatta.

=We didn’t know we live this close.

Ex. 宿題はいつも友達にやってもらうなんて人がいますが、自分でやって下さい。

= Shukudai wa itsumo tomodachi ni yatte morau nante hito ga imasu ga  jibun de yatte kudasai.

= There are people who always ask their friends to do their homework but you should do it yourself.

Ex. 9月になったら涼しくなるなんてテレビで言っていたが信じられない。

= Kugatsu ni nattara suzushiku narunante terebi de itte ita ga shinjirarenai.

= I heard something like it will be cooler in September on TV but it is hard to believe.

:purple:  なんて(=nante) +  : (exclamatory sentence) How ~ !・What a 〜

!star!   How  to form :

:kkk:  なんて(=nante)+ adj+  auxiliary verb/ noun

Ex. なんてつまらない本なんだろう。
= Nante tsumranai hon nandarou.
= What a boring book it is.

Ex. なんて食べ方をするんですか!

= Nante tabekata wo surun desu ka!

= You are such a messy eater!

Ex. 彼は、なんて歌がうまいんだろう。

 = Kare wa nante uta ga umain darou!

= He is such a great  singer.

Ex. なんて美しい犬なんでしょう。

= Nante utsukushii inu nan deshou.

= What a beautiful dog!

Ex. なんてすばらしい先生なんでしょう!

= Nante subarashii sensei nandeshou!

= What a great teacher!

Ex. 最初に会った時、なんてかわいい女の子なんだろうと思いました。

= Saisho ni atta toki nante kawaii onnanoko nan darou to omoimashita.

= When I first saw her (you) I thought what a lovely girl she was.

Maggie Sensei might think we are  talking about her…Hehehe… :)

:w: What / How does it call / What is the name of ~  (casual)

*なんという(=何と言う= nantouiu)

:rrrr: casual contraction なんていう(=nanteiu)

:rrrr:なんて(=nante)

* なんと(=何と(=nanito))

:rrrr:(more casual) なんて(=nante)

!star! How to form:

:ii: なんて(=何て= nante) (+ いう(=言う= iu) )+ noun

:kkk: なんて(=何て= nante) + verb

Ex.あの人、なんて(いう)名前だった?(casual)

= Ano hito nante (iu) namae datta?

= What was the name of that person again?

Ex. これなんて(いう)花?(casual)

= Kore nante (iu) hana?

= What is the name of this flower?

Ex. 今、なんて言った?(casual)
= Ima nante itta?
= What did you just say?

Ex. この漢字なんて読むの?(casual)

= Kono kanji nante yomuno?

= How do you read this kanji?

Ex. 子供の頃、なんて呼ばれていたの?
= Kodomo no koro nante yobarete itano?
= How were you called when you were a child?
= How did people call you when you were a child?

:w: Other usage :

After saying something and tell the listener it was a joke.  

(usually you say something serious and try to ease up the seriousness.) 

:u:

なんて (casual)

= Nante ne

= I’m just kidding.

(more colloquial : なんちゃって= nanchatte)

Ex. 明日からマギー先生のサイトは会員制になります。なんてね。

= Ashita kara Maggie sensei no saito wa kaiin sei ni narimasu. Nantene.

= As of tomorrow, Maggie Sensei’s site will be only for members. Just kidding!

 maggie-sensei マギー先生より= Maggie Sensei yori = From Maggie Sensei

 ミツ先生、私のことなんて全然知らないのね。
= Mitsu sensei Watashi no koto nante zenzen shiranainone.
Too bad that Mitsu sensei doesn’t know about me at all.
ショック!!
= Shokku!!
= I am shocked!!

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47 Comments

  1. I have a question about a phrase I’ve seen some times… “x shiyou ka na… nante”. Based on context I’d assume it’s somewhat along the lines of “I guess maybe I should give x a try or something” or “I’ll try x, I guess”, but I don’t entirely get how the “nante” at the end works here. Is it thrown on to make the the statement even more noncommittal than the “ka na” already made it?

    1. @F

      Hi F,
      〜しようかな…なんて

      Is it thrown on to make the the statement even more noncommittal than the “ka na” already made it?
      Exactly!! And your translation is right.
      By adding ”…なんて(ね)” at the end, you can make your speech make sound less serious.
      It could also add the nuance, “I am just kidding”/ “Haha”.

      1. Oh, so using “nante” like this is the same as using “nante ne”? I always just see “nante” on its own in this particular construct.

        Saying “hajimeyou ka na… nante” would have roughly the same meaning as saying “I guess I should start… or something” in English, then?

        1. @F

          …なんて
          …なんてね
          …なんて思ったりして

          All these are the same group. You use them when you avoid sounding too assertive and add “vaguity”.
          So as you said, “or something” or ” I guess I am going to give it a try..” is very close to the nuance.

    1. @Kibounokata

      Ohayou, Kibounokata!

      Hmmm what could it be??? Maybe you heard the word なんぞ (Nanzo)?
      If so it is originally an old literal expression of など but you use it as なんて/なんか.(I said it was a literal expression but you hear that in quite rough male speech to emphasize what comes before.)

      お前なんぞに負けるものか。= お前なんかに負けるものか
      I will never lose to you
      (The speaker belittles the listener)

  2. こんにちは!\(^o^)/
    質問があるんですが、、、
    この文章は合ってますか?
    ・15秒以内見つけられるのなんか無理。
    「こと」の代わりに、「の」を使ってもいいでしょうか?
    お返事を楽しみにしてます。
    ありがとうございます!(*^_^*)

    1. @りん

      こんにちは、りん!
      はい、「こと」のかわりに「の」を使うことができます。
      りんが言いたいのは
      There is no way to find it(or someone) just in 15 seconds?
      ということですか?だったら
      15秒以内に見つけるのなんて無理

      の方がいいと思います。

      1. はい、そうです!
        また助かりました!
        いつもありがとうございまーす!\(^o^)/
        良い1日を!♡

  3. Hey, I just coincidentally found your blog by googling while trying to find out what “なーんてな” means. I heard that in an anime, where one particular character likes to fool people by playing dead and afterwards says “なーんてな, 死んだふり”, and since I heard that I’m trying to find a proper translation to that “なーんてな”-part but I just can’t find one no matter what I try – Google Translate obviously didn’t give me anything. Do you maybe know how to translate that word? Nothing comes before it, the entire sentence is only those 2 words.

    1. @Serjo

      Hi Serjo,
      なーんてな (male speech)
      variation: なんてね(both men and women use) , なんちゃって(colloquial)
      means “Just kidding”

  4. Good day to you, Maggie-sensei! I was reading this and noticed that most of the time なんて would replace は or other particles, but what if なんて comes after particles?

    I read a line that says
    見せ掛けは何て綺麗で 吐き気がする世界だろう。

    Would that means that the なんて is emphasizing on 綺麗, or is it actually 見せ掛け? I am confused as how I should go for this… I asked various friends and they’re giving different answers for it >_< I wonder if it would be "Such a sickening world because the fakes are so beautiful" or "Such a sickening world because the beauties are so fake"?

    Thank you in advance. I hope you'll have a good day!

    1. @Aozora

      Hi Aozora,

      見せ掛けは何て綺麗で 吐き気がする世界だろう。
      People give you different answers because there are two possibilities.

      1)なんて just modifies 綺麗(きれい) → “Such a beautiful sickening world”(beautiful modifies sickening world)
      2)It modifies 綺麗 and 吐き気がする Such a “beautiful and sickening” world.

  5. I read a paragraph which says:

    お母さんはお父さんがいない方が食事のよういがらくでいい、なんていっていました。
    How is なんてused in this context? Does it mean “Mom says that it is a lot easier and better to prepare meals when dad is not here”, where emphasis is placed on how much easier it is to prepare meals?

    もちろんこれはじょうだんで、本当はずいぶんさびしがっているんです。
    Does “がっているんです” mean show signs of? Do you mind explaining?

    お父さんが電話をかけてくると喜ぶのでわかります。
    If I were to say this in English a bit literally, can I say “It can be understood because whenever dad calls, mom is happy”?

    しつもんがたくさんあるね~ :oops:

    1. @pennypup

      こんにちは、pennypup,

      1) お母さんはお父さんがいない方が食事のよういがらくでいい、なんていっていました。
      This なんて means “(to say something like) ~~~” but it involves some feelings of a little surprise or jokingly accusing in this case.

      2) 寂しがる to feel lonely. I have がり、がる lesson. So please go check.

      3) OK, or “I can tell because ~~”

  6. “Shukudai wa itsumo tomodachi ni yatte morau nante hito ga imaseu ga jibun de yatte kudasai.” :rrrr: “imasu”
    “Kugatsu ni nattara suzushiku narunante terebi de itte igata shinjirarenasi.” :rrrr: “itaga” “shinjirarenai”

    In your examples なんて always replaces は or を after a noun. I was wondering if なんて can be used with other particles like に、で、から、まで、より、しか、し etc. and what the word order would be.

    よろしく :pika: :pika:

    1. @Zetsuboumanadeshi

      Thank you for spotting the typos.
      You can use なんて with other particles.

      8時に家を出る
      →8時になんて家を出られない

      東京まで行く
      →歩いて東京までなんて遠くていけない。

      みなの前で歌う
      →みなの前でなんて歌えない。etc.

  7. 本人だけど、あんた見てる限り完璧だね、感服。
    しかし一つ漏れがあるんじゃないかと。
    ~なんてもんじゃない、という型、外国人にとって訳わからないらしいよ。
    教えてあげてって

    1. @wow

      こんにちは!日本人の方ですね。
      ”なんでもんじゃない” ですね。また機会があったらその使い方、追加します。
      有り難うございます。

  8. Hi Maggie, thanks for your great lessons.
    The combination:
    なんて。。。なんでしょう。
    seems to be used for saying
    How … !
    The final 「なんでしょう」 means anything in particular o is it just used to emphasize the sentence?
    Can you use 「なんて」 alone?

    Thanks in advance.

    1. @jyodongo

      Hello, jyodongo!

      Yes, なんて〜でしょう/だろう means “How ~!”/ “What a ~!”
      Ex. なんていいお天気なんでしょう。
      = How lovely weather it is.
      Ex. なんてひどい人なんだろう。
      = What an awful person he/she/they are.

      Though you see this expression a lot in writing, we just say いい天気だね/いい天気ですね/ひどい!/ひどい人!in real conversation.

      You don’t use なんて alone. xなんてひどい!

  9. good morning dear maggie sensei and everyone. i have a question about “what a” part of the lesson.

    ex:
    Nante utsukushii inu nan deshou.

    = What a beautiful dog!

    i saw a song entitled as

    nanka shiawase and it has been translated as “what happiness…”
    does that mean “nanka” can also substitutes “nante” in this kind of situation?

    nanka utsukushii inu nan deshou.

    = What a beautiful dog!

    thank you so much in advance dear maggie sensei and everyone.

    1. @obakasan000

      Good morning!
      なんて and なんか are different.
      Therefore we don’t say,
      nanka utsukushii inu nan deshou.
      You have to say なんて美しい犬なんでしょう。(=nante utsukushii inu nanndeshou.)

      なんか(a casual way to say 何か=nanika) means “somehow” “you can’t explain why but somehow…” “for some reason” “like”or we sometimes use it to emphasizing the word.

      So the translation of the song is
      なんかしあわせ means (I can’t explain why (I don’t know why)) but I am somehow happy

  10. マギー先生、

    「とか言ってみたりして・・・」は「なんちゃって」と同じニュアンスですか。

    「私のお蔭で、なんとかさんは上手になったよね。とか言ってみたりして、へへ。」

    1. @Cygnus

      こんにちは、Cygnus! お久しぶり!
      そうそう、”とか言ってみたりして” = “なんちゃって”と同じ意味で自分の言ったことを冗談っぽく聞こえさせるために言います。

  11. hello! im a bit confused about when ‘nante’ is at the end of the sentence. like… after a somewhat sentence, he says, なぁんて. is that equivalent to ‘just kidding’ as well? or maybe ‘like this’. eg. watashi mo suki desu, naante.

  12. Hello Maggie, thanks again for this lesson
    (I’m reading it late I know but I need time to assimilate the lessons I read)

    I was wondering about the word “なんか” It seems to have a very similar usage; Is it just a derivation ? If so, what nuance does it have?

    Thanks in advance and cheers for your EXCELLENT work !

    1. @ジュリアン

      Hello ジュリアン!
      Welcome to this lesson. (You can study any lesson any time. There is no right order here.:)
      Though I have made a mini lesson other usage of なんか, you can replace なんて with なんか
      1) when you emphasize the word which comes before なんて(=nante) and express your feelings such as surprise (either positive or negative), disgust, admiration, happiness, disbelief, etc.
      2) When you look down, belittle someone or something or lack of confidence.

      Ex. 試験なんてきらいだ→試験なんかきらいだ
      Ex. お金なんていりません。→お金なんかいりません。
      Ex. もう恋なんてしない。→もう恋なんかしない。

      But you use なんか right after a noun and you can’t use なんか after an adjective or verb.
      彼が私のことを好きだなんてしらなかった。→ X 好きだなんか
      こんなに試験が難しいなんて…→ X 難しいなんか

      So
      彼のことを忘れるなんてことはできない。
      This case なんて comes after a verb 忘れる so you can’t replace なんて with なんか but if you say
      彼のことを忘れることなんてできない
      なんて comes after a noun (忘れること)
      You can replace なんて with なんか
      彼のことを忘れることなんかできない。

      Good question, ジュリアン!

  13. WOW. Your contents are VERY valuable in a world of crazy books and many explanations, none of them useful at all in the real life.

    Thanks a lot!

  14. ありがとうございます。あたし初めてこんなブログにコメントしちゃた、返事もらう事予想しなかった(ななんでだろうね)だから嬉しい(o^^o)♪本当にありがとう

  15. このサイト本当に役立ってるよ(≧∇≦)
    Anyways Is there a tutorial on how/when to use 方法、風、方?Or any other words that mean 「how to」
    Example in english→
    ”I like how you ___”(or I like the way you ____)
    ”Can you tell me how to do this sum?”
    “How is he winning without even trying?!”

    1. @ナバ

      こんにちは、ナバ!
      このサイトが役に立つと聞いてうれしいです。

      ”I like how you ___”(or I like the way you ____)
      You can use 方 here.
      verb + 方
      how you do something =〜の やり方=yarikata、し方=shikata 
      how you play the piano = ピアノの弾き方= Piano no hikikata
      how you talk = 話し方= hanashikata
      how to do this sum = この合計の出し方= kono goukei no dashikata

      ******
      When you ask a question how people do something,
      どうやって(=douyatte)

      “How is he winning without even trying?!”
      彼はどうやって努力しないで勝っているのだろう?
      = Kare douyatte doryoku shinai de katte iru nodarou.

  16. マッギー先生なんて先生は聞いたことありますよ!なんて面白いレッソンなんだろう!
    このレッソンをありがとうございます!これからも宜しくお願いします!

    1. @ninipapa

      ありがとう!!こちらこそこれからもよろしくね!
      (マッギー先生なんて先生は聞いたことありますよ!→Ahhh, good mistake! なんて〜聞いたこと(は)ない (negative sentence) is fine but since it is an affirmative sentence, how about マギー先生のことよく知っていますよ。)

  17. なんて素晴らしいサイトを見つけた。こういう面白いサイトなんて見たことない。
    よろしくお願いします。

    1. @PukiPuki

      Hello PukiPuki!! お仕事でいろいろあったみたいですね。(=Oshigoto de iroiro atta mitai desune.)大丈夫!(=Daijoubu!) 明日はきっといい日になりますよ。(=Ashita wa kitto ii hi ni narimasuyo.)
      明日は”なんていい日だろう!”って思えます様に。(=Ashita wa “Nante ii hidarou! tte omoe masu you ni!)

      Big Chu for you,too!!

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