There's little chance/possibility of A
Work today won't come to an end, and there's little chance of taking a break.
ひどい雨じゃ しばらく外に行けそうにも ない
With this terrible rain there's little chance of being able to go out.
Getting the sentences
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The verb is often in the potential form.
Where this grammar is found
Often used with the potential stem as seen in the example sentences.
1 month ago
TumorsAreGood - Level 117
This grammar is used to express feelings of wanting to do something, but having little chance of being actually able to do so.
6 months ago
Blitzfang - Level 2
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