とも限らない [ともかぎらない] (tomokagiranai)
Meaning: there's a chance that, it could be that
Example: There's a chance I might be transfered overseas in the future, so I'm going to learn English.
JLPT Level: 2
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|Informal clause + とは限らない/とも限らない|
With 〜とは限らない、what comes before is not 100% guaranteed.
With 〜ないとも限らない what comes before it is not unlikely to happen (i.e. there is a possibility).
は or も? - も is for emphasis.
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