何事も, なにごとも

  • nanigotomo

Definition of 何事も,なにごとも

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • anything
  • whatever

  • nothing (with neg. verb)

Examples of 何事も,なにごとも in a Sentence

Nothing ever happens in this old village.
トムは何事も楽しんでやる
Tom enjoys himself at everything he does.
Everything eventually gets easier with practice.
I'll never do anything by halves.
Nothing is as precious as friendship.
Nothing can prevent her from marrying him.
Nothing can be gained without effort.
何事も諦め肝心
Resignation is the first lesson of life.
何事も中途半端するな。
Don't do anything by halves.
No one can achieve anything without effort.
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