Learn Japanese Grammar ~ hazu ga nai (~ はずがない)

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Learn Japanese Grammar ~ hazu ga nai (~ はずがない)

Japanese Grammar ~ hazu ga nai (~ はずがない) has meaning "cannot be (impossible) 強い否定".

Learn Japanese grammar: はずがない (hazu ga nai). Meaning: cannot be (impossible).

This is used to strongly emphasize that something cannot be or is impossible.

To say the opposite, use はずだ (hazu da) instead.

Formation [接続]
Verb-casual + はずがない
Noun + のはずがない
いadj + はずがない
なadj + なはずがない

はずがない - Example Sentences 

Sonna hazu ga nai.
That can't be true.

Kare wa sonna koto o iu hazu ga nai.
He would never say such a thing.

Jon ga uso o tsuiteiru hazu ga nai.
There's no way that John is lying.

Sonna ookina ryou o taberareru hazu ga nai.
There's no way you're going to be able to eat all of that.

Sono uwasa ga hontou na hazu ga nai.
That rumor cannot be true.

Ano hito wa kinou nyuuin shita no de, ashita no reesu ni kuru hazu ga nai.
That person was hospitalized yesterday, so there's no way they're coming to tomorrow's race.

Majimena tanaka san ga, mudan de yasumu hazu ga nai.
Tanaka-san is a very honest and hardworking person. There is no way he would take leave without informing us.

Kare wa ima jimusho ni iru hazu ga arimasen.
He shouldn't be in the office now.

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