- Reading and JLPT level
- Word Senses
- Parts of speech
- Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.)
- (after verb phrase) doesn't amount to doing (something); not significant enough to require (something)
- Example sentence
- 「冬のソナタ」を例に挙げるまでもなく、いまや時ならぬ韓流ブームである。 You don't need to bring up "A Winter Sonata" to show that South Korean culture is having an unexpected boom in Japan.
Examples of , までもない in a sentence
You don't need to bring up "A Winter Sonata" to show that South Korean culture is having an unexpected boom in Japan.
Needless to say, fundamental human rights should be respected.
It doesn't require a scholar to interpret.
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