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Grammar detail: なかなか〜

なかなか〜 - quite~, pretty~, rather~, just not ~
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なかなか
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noun
or
adjective
means
quite~, pretty~, rather~
or
just not~
Where なかなか is used with a noun or adjective, the speaker conveys a sense of unexpectedness.
When なかなか is used with a negative verb, it implies that attempts have been made to do something, but it just won't work.
なかなかおもしろそうです
That sounds really interesting.
くるま
エンジンなかなかかからない
I can't get the car to start.
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シャ   くるま car   
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