HOME > WordMaster® > AT ALL | 少しも、全然

For Life

What's new? Well, today's WordMaster edition for one thing!

Today's LessonCATEGORY: 間違いやすいボキャブラリー
AT ALL   少しも、全然


  • At all means “in any amount or degree,” “in any way,” or “of any kind.”

    Be Careful! This expression is only used in negative statements and questions, to make them sound stronger.
  • at all は、どんな量または程度も、どんな方法も、どんな種類も、つまり、少しも、全然、という意味です。




  1. I don't know why, but I'm not at all nervous about my piano recital. I'm actually looking forward to it.
  2. Strange - it's 2:00 in the morning, but I'm not tired at all.
  3. a: You really don't drink at all?
    b: Nope, not even a sip.
  4. (dentist to little boy after cleaning his teeth)
    See, that didn't hurt at all, did it?
  5. (mother to her little boy)
    You were very brave at the dentist's office today. You didn't cry at all, did you?
  6. Do you mind if I get something at the convenience store? I haven't eaten at all today.
  7. a: Do you know anything about repairing cars?
    b: No, I know nothing at all. I just have my mechanic do it all for me.
  8. The weather was so bad during our first few days in Jamaica that we couldn't go anywhere at all. We couldn't even leave the hotel.

英会話レッスンIt's been a pleasure - as always!