Japanese grammar だろうに ~darouni

Japanese grammar だろうに ~darouni

Let’s learn Japanese grammar だろうに ~darouni :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

1. Describe the meaning “Anyone knows…./ it’s said that… but…”. It denotes the speaker’s criticism or approvement.

For example

Kodomo o hageshiku shikaru nante yoku nai daro u ni, shikara nai to kodomo ga jiritsu deki nai.
Although anyone knows that punishing children strictly is not good, we don’t, our kids won’t be independent.

soto ha sonnani atsui daro u ni, jimusho de kare ha eakon o tsuke zu ni hatarai te i masu.
Anyone knows it’s really hot outside, but he doesn’t even turn on the air-con.

kono shiai de kantan na dougu dake ga shiyou dekiru daro u ni ano hito ha subarashii sakuhin ga tsukurare ta.
Although there were only some simple tool available in the competition, he built a masterpiece.

2. Describe mood, emotion of regret for something not happens. IT’s translated as “Might…/ must have been…”

For example

kare ha yakusoku o yabure te mo, sonnani okotte donaru nante? motto yasashii hou ga atta daro u ni.
Even though he broke the promise, you got angry and shouted at him… There must have been another easier way.

kuruma o nan dai mo katta hodo zeitaku ni shi nakattara ima ii seikatsu o sugoshi te iru daro u ni.
If I hadn’t wasted so much money on buying many car, now i could have good life

mukashi hisshi ni benkyou shi tara, ima ha isha ka shachou ka ii hito ni natta daro u ni.
if i tried my best on learning in the past, now i could be a good person like a doctor or a director

Related structures :

だろうに darouni
だろうか darouka
~だろうが、~だろうが ~darouga, ~darouga
のだろう nodarou

above is Japanese grammar だろうに ~darouni. if you don’t understand the signs we used in fomation, you can find their meaning here : signs used in Japanese grammar structures.

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