JLPT N3 Grammar lesson 4

JLPT N3 Grammar lesson 4JLPT N3 Grammar lesson 4

JLPT N3 Grammar lesson 4. Hi everyone! In this article, LearnJapanesedaily will introduce you to the JLPT N3 Grammar.

Let’s take a look at the next 5 structures.

Structure 16 :

Vよう+と思う:

Nhóm I: Vu→o+う
Nhóm II: Vる→よう
Nhóm III:する→しよう
くる→こよう

Explanation:

To intend to do ~
To show the speaker’s intention and will, when referring to yourself.
Vよう+と思っている To emphasize the process, have an intention for a while and still have now, or have an intention to carry out.

For example: 

会社をやめようと思っている。
I’m thinking of quiting my company.

来年国に帰ろうと思っています。
I’m thinking of returning to my company.

これにしろうと思っています。
I’m thinking of doing like this.

Structure 17 :

Vよう+とする

Explanation:

Just when you want to do something (then) ~
Another action (normally unexpected) occurs.
The following action occurs right after the action V. The time difference between two actions is longer than when we use Vる前に.

Example:

電車に乗ろうとしたときに、ドアが閉まって乗れなかった。
Right when I was about to step on the tram, the door closed (so I couldn’t get in).

犬は、ぼくが出かけようとすると、ほえる。Just when I was about to go out, the dog barked.

Structure 18 :

Vよう+としない

Explanation:

Not intend to, will not ~

For example:

アンさんは、どうしたんだろう。ご飯を食べようとしないんだ.
Don’t know what is going on with Mr. An. He doesn’t look like he wants to eat.

彼は、自分のことは何も言おうとしない。
He won’t tell anything about himself.

Structure 19 :

(N/Vて)+ばかり/ばかりだ/ばかりのN/ばかりで

Explanation:

It’s all ~
Can be used both positively and negatively.

For example:

この店のお客さんは、女性ばかりですね。
Seems like all the customers of this store are women.

弟はテレビを見てばかりいる。
He always watches movies (all day long).

息子は仕事をしないで遊んでばかりいる。
My son doesn’t do anything, plays all day.

Structure 20 :

Nだけしか+Vない

Explanation

There is only N (usually express some pity).

For example: 

このコンサートは会員だけしか入れません。
This concert only allows its members to come in.

今日はお客様が一人だけしか来ませんでした。
There is only one customer today.

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