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N1 Lesson 1: 10/17

までもない
there is no need to, do not have to, it is not necessary to, needless to

While までもなくて is also used、 it is less common than までもなく

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Formal
More common patterns:
Verb[る]+ までもない
Verb[る]+ までもなく + Phrase

Less common patterns: Verb[る]+ までもなく + Phrase
More common patterns:
Verb[る]+ までもありません
Verb[る]+ までもなく + Phrase

Less common patterns:
Verb[る]+ までもなく + Phrase
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  • [Aまでもない is used when there is no need to go as far as to do A, because something is obvious, easy, has already been done, etc.・doing [verb] would be a bother]
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あのね......そんごくうはクリリンなんかとは比(くら)べるまでもなくそれどころかベジータよりもずっと強(つよ)いだから
Hey, there is no need to compare Goku to someone like Krillin, because he is far stronger than Vegeta.
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先生(せんせい)は、すでに全(すべ)て解説(かいせつ)したので聞(き)くまでもない
There is no need to ask questions because the teacher has already explained everything.
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この試験(しけん)の難(むずか)しさから考(かんが)えると、試験(しけん)の結果(けっか)発表(はっぴょう)は見(み)るまでもなく明(あき)らかだ。
Judging from this exam's difficulty, the results are clear without the need to see them.
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