How to say there's hardly any water in the bucket. in Japanese

1)バケツバケツ(baketsu) (n) bucket/pailに(ni) (prt) indicates such things as location of person or thing, location of short-term action, etc.ほとんどほとんど(hotondo) (n-adv,n-t) mostly/nearly/practically/well-nigh/almost invariably/all but/just about/almost水(mizu) (n) wednesday/shaved ice/waterが(ga) (prt) indicates sentence subject/indicates possessive/but/however/still/andないない(nai) (aux-adj) not/emphatic suffix。(。) Japanese period "."    
baketsu nihotondo mizu ganai 。
Grammer form日常会話 (Casual form)Casual form (nichijoukaiwa)
everyday casual language, commonly used between friends and family.
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