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Learn Japanese with Anime - We Have No Attachments In A World Where Shinnosuke Doesn’t Exist!

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Learn Japanese with Anime - We Have No Attachments In A World Where Shinnosuke Doesn’t Exist!

In this video we’re going to analyse Hiroshi Nohara’s quote from Crayon Shin-chan the movie: Battle in the Daimyo Era (Arashi wo Yobu Appare! Sengoku Daikassen).

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Analysis

しんのすけ is the full first name of the main character Shin-chan, who is their son.

いない means “doesn’t exist”.

So しんのすけのいない means “Shinnosuke doesn’t exist” which is a subordinate clause modifying the following noun, 世界 meaning “world“.

You might wonder why the particle の is used, as が is normally used with the subject in a subordinate clause, which is in this case しんのすけがいない世界.

But in an adjective clause which modifies a noun, の can be used to substitute が. The difference is very subtle but basically が emphasises the subject whereas の emphasises the predicate.

So しんのすけのいない世界 means “a world where Shinnosuke doesn’t exist”.

“Something or someone に未練がある” means “to have an emotional attachment to something or someone” that you used to have and it’s hard to get back anymore but you can’t easily give up on.

So しんのすけのいない世界に未練がある means “to have attachments in a world where Shinnosuke doesn’t exist”.

But in this quote, instead of が, なんて is used to add emphasis and express the speaker’s negative feelings towards the preceding word, which is 未練. So Hiroshi is emphasising the 未練 meaning “lingering affection or attachment” is something disgraceful by using なんて.

Lastly, か is used to make a rhetorical question. When it’s used with an affirmative form, it usually expresses the strong negative declaration. So しんのすけのいない世界に未練なんてあるか means “Do we have attachments in a world where Shinnosuke doesn’t exist? No, we don’t!” or “How can we live without him? It’s impossible!”

Hiroshi Nohara’s Quote

We have no attachments in a world where Shinnosuke doesn’t exist!

の (used to substitute が in subordinate clauses)

The book that the professor wrote is too difficult to understand.
I want to live in a lively town.
What he had done was right.

NOTE

When it’s directly followed by a noun, が can’t be replaced with の (as it can be mixed up with the possessive の):

The cafe where I met Mr. Yamada at is here.

か (used to make a rhetorical question)

Are there parents who don’t love their children? (= There aren’t!)
How can you abandon such a cute puppy? (= You can’t!)
How can I understand such difficult grammar? (= It’s impossible to understand!)
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Vocabulary

sekai
noun
  1. the world
aru
godan verb (irregular), intransitive verb
  1. to be (usu. of inanimate objects); to exist
nante
suffix
  1. such as; (things) like
miren
na adjective, noun
  1. lingering affection; attachment
ano
pre-noun adjectival
  1. that (someone or something distant from both speaker and listener, or situation unfamiliar to both speaker and listener)
kyouju
noun, suru verb, no adjective
  1. professor
muzukashii
i adjective
  1. difficult
kaku
godan verb, transitive verb
  1. to write
dekiru
ichidan verb, intransitive verb
  1. to be able (in a position) to do; to be up to the task
rikai
noun, suru verb
  1. understanding; comprehension
kakki
noun
  1. liveliness
sumu
godan verb, intransitive verb
  1. to live (of humans); to reside
tadashii
i adjective
  1. right; correct
watashi
pronoun, no adjective
  1. I
au
godan verb, intransitive verb
  1. to meet
koko
noun
  1. here (place physically close to the speaker, place pointed by the speaker while explaining)
kodomo
noun
  1. children
aisuru
suru verb (special class), transitive verb
  1. to love
kawaii
i adjective
  1. cute; adorable
koinu
noun
  1. puppy
suteru
ichidan verb, transitive verb
  1. to abandon
konna
pre-noun adjectival
  1. like this
bunpou
noun, no adjective
  1. grammar
wakaru
godan verb, intransitive verb
  1. to be understood
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Kanji

Stroke Count
3 Strokes
English Meaning
  1. child, sign of the rat, 11PM-1AM, first sign of Chinese zodiac
Readings
Kun'yomi: こ、ね、-こ。
On'yomi: ス、シ、ツ。
Stroke Count
4 Strokes
English Meaning
  1. sentence, literature, style, art, decoration, figures, plan, literary radical (no. 67)
Readings
Kun'yomi: ふみ、あや。
On'yomi: モン、ブン。
Stroke Count
4 Strokes
English Meaning
  1. dog
Readings
Kun'yomi: いぬ、いぬ-。
On'yomi: ケン。
Stroke Count
5 Strokes
English Meaning
  1. book, present, main, origin, true, real, counter for long cylindrical things
Readings
Kun'yomi: もと。
On'yomi: ホン。
Stroke Count
5 Strokes
English Meaning
  1. correct, justice, righteous, 10**40
Readings
Kun'yomi: ただ.しい、ただ.す、まさ.に、まさ。
On'yomi: ショウ、セイ。
Stroke Count
6 Strokes
English Meaning
  1. spirit, mind, air, atmosphere, mood
Readings
Kun'yomi: いき。
On'yomi: ケ、キ。
Stroke Count
7 Strokes
English Meaning
  1. town, village, block, street
Readings
Kun'yomi: まち。
On'yomi: チョウ、テイ。
Stroke Count
4 Strokes
English Meaning
  1. part, minute of time, segment, share, degree, one's lot, duty, understand, know, rate, 1%, chances, shaku/100
Readings
Kun'yomi: わ.け、わ.かつ、わ.かる、わ.ける、わ.かれる。
On'yomi: ブ、フン、ブン。
Stroke Count
6 Strokes
English Meaning
  1. meeting, meet, party, association, interview, join
Readings
Kun'yomi: あ.う、あ.わせる、あつ.まる。
On'yomi: エ、ケ、カイ。
Stroke Count
9 Strokes
English Meaning
  1. lively, resuscitation, being helped, living
Readings
Kun'yomi: い.きる、い.かす、い.ける。
On'yomi: ガチ、カツ。
Stroke Count
10 Strokes
English Meaning
  1. write
Readings
Kun'yomi: か.く、-が.き、-がき。
On'yomi: ショ。
Stroke Count
11 Strokes
English Meaning
  1. teach, faith, doctrine
Readings
Kun'yomi: おし.える、おそ.わる、ひさ、のり。
On'yomi: キョウ、コウ。
Stroke Count
11 Strokes
English Meaning
  1. logic, arrangement, reason, justice, truth
Readings
Kun'yomi: みち、まろ、まさし、まこと、ひ、のり、に、とおる、ただし、さとる、おさむ、ことわり、よし、あや。
On'yomi: リ。
Stroke Count
16 Strokes
English Meaning
  1. parent, intimacy, relative, familiarity, dealer (cards)
Readings
Kun'yomi: おや、した.しい、した.しむ、ちか、のり、ぎ、おや-。
On'yomi: シン。
Stroke Count
5 Strokes
English Meaning
  1. generation, world, society, public
Readings
Kun'yomi: よ、さんじゅう、ゆ、ゆき、とし。
On'yomi: セ、セイ、ソウ。
Stroke Count
7 Strokes
English Meaning
  1. dwell, reside, live, inhabit
Readings
Kun'yomi: す.む、す.まう、ず.まい、すみ、し、-ず.まい。
On'yomi: ジュウ、チュウ、ヂュウ。
Stroke Count
9 Strokes
English Meaning
  1. world
Readings
On'yomi: ケ、カイ。
Stroke Count
14 Strokes
English Meaning
  1. practice, gloss, train, drill, polish, refine
Readings
Kun'yomi: ね.る、ね.り、ねり。
On'yomi: レン。
Stroke Count
5 Strokes
English Meaning
  1. un-, not yet, hitherto, still, even now, sign of the ram, 1-3PM, eighth sign of Chinese zodiac
Readings
Kun'yomi: いま.だ、ま.だ、ひつじ。
On'yomi: ミ、ビ。
Stroke Count
8 Strokes
English Meaning
  1. method, law, rule, principle, model, system
Readings
Kun'yomi: のり。
On'yomi: ホウ、ホッ、ハッ、フラン。
Stroke Count
13 Strokes
English Meaning
  1. love, affection, favourite
Readings
Kun'yomi: め.でる、いつ.くしむ、お.しむ、いと.しい、え、まな、かな.しい。
On'yomi: オ、アイ。
Stroke Count
5 Strokes
English Meaning
  1. can, passable, mustn't, should not, do not
Readings
Kun'yomi: ききい.れる、き.く、べ.き、よ.い、-べ.き、-べ.し。
On'yomi: カ、コク。
Stroke Count
11 Strokes
English Meaning
  1. impart, instruct, grant, confer
Readings
Kun'yomi: さず.ける、さず.かる。
On'yomi: ジュ、シュウ。
Stroke Count
13 Strokes
English Meaning
  1. unravel, notes, key, explanation, understanding, untie, undo, solve, answer, cancel, absolve, explain, minute
Readings
Kun'yomi: と.く、と.ける、と.かす、わか.る、さと.る、ほど.く、ほど.ける、ほぐ.れる、ほぐ.す、ほつ.れる。
On'yomi: ケ、ゲ、カイ。
Stroke Count
7 Strokes
English Meaning
  1. private, I, me
Readings
Kun'yomi: わたくし、わたし、わたくし.する、わし、ひそ.か。
On'yomi: シ。
Stroke Count
8 Strokes
English Meaning
  1. submit, offer, present, serve (meal), accompany
Readings
Kun'yomi: とも、そな.える、ども、-ども。
On'yomi: グ、ク、キョウ、クウ。
Stroke Count
11 Strokes
English Meaning
  1. discard, throw away, abandon, resign, reject, sacrifice
Readings
Kun'yomi: す.てる。
On'yomi: シャ。
Stroke Count
18 Strokes
English Meaning
  1. difficult, impossible, trouble, accident, defect
Readings
Kun'yomi: かた.い、むずか.しい、むつか.しい、にく.い、-がた.い、-にく.い、むづか.しい。
On'yomi: ナン、ナ、ダン、ダ。
Stroke Count
8 Strokes
English Meaning
  1. he, that, the
Readings
Kun'yomi: か、かれ、か.の、かの。
On'yomi: ヒ。

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