Learn Japanese: Made Mo Nai までもない

Learn Japanese: Made Mo Nai までもない

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This is an advanced grammar point. Heads up.
までもない (made mo nai) is an expression used to indicate that the speaker feels that it is not necessary to go as far as doing something, either because it is pointless or inappropriate to do so. It has a meaning that is similar to the English phrase “no need to”, “no need to go as far as” and “don’t bother to”. There is an idiomatic version of tis phrase いうまでもなく (iu mademo naku) that means basically “it goes without saying that…”

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