Japanese grammar ~しょうがない shouganai

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Let’s learn Japanese grammar ~しょうがない shouganai :

JLPT level : N3

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Mean : “very, extremely”, “there is no otherway but …”.

For example

Itaku te itaku te naki taku te shouga nai.
I’m hurt, I really want to cry.

warui ten o totte, kanashiku te shouga nai.
I got bad mark, so I was very sad

dare mo shigoto o yara nakattara, jibun deshi te shouga nai.
Doing the work by myself is the only way If everyone else refuses to work .

kaidan kara koron de kega o shi te shimatta. De mo itaku te mo gaman shi te shouga nai.
I fell down from Staircase and got injury. Though it was hurt, i can only endure .

otouto ha ijimerare te mo, nani mo deki naku te, okotte shouga nai.
My brother was being bullied, but I couldn’t do anything and was extremely angry

Note : しょうがない a contraction of しようがない, used in spoken language, informal converstions

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