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How much does the sentence's meaning change if it weren't there? It would be slightly less emphasized. It's like the difference between appending "whatsoever" at the end or not in English.


This is the common grammatical structure that emphasizes an absence of [something]. 何{なん}の + [something] + も + [negative verb] For example, the opposite of「役に立つ」is「何の役にも立たない」, which means "useless" or "not helpful." Another example,「何の意味もない」means "devoid of meaning." Back to your question,「何の躊躇いもない」means "no hesitation.&...


The zero pronoun can solve alot of problems, your sentence can actually be written as "ブログ を 読むの ∅が 好き" Where ∅ has contextual meaning, here the sentence can be literally translated as "The activity[contextual meaning of ∅] of reading blogs is loved"

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