JLPT N4 Grammar lesson 11

JLPT N4 Grammar lesson 11

JLPT N4 Grammar lesson 11. Hi everyone! In this article, LearnJapanesedaily will introduce to you the JLPT N4 Grammar. Each lesson will consist of about 5 structures for you to learn step by step and have more time to practice.

Grammar structure number 51 :

~ものか

Formation :

V (short form)+ものか
Aい+ものか
Aな+ものか
N+な+ものか

Explanation :

can’t be, can’t have been, there’s no way
in spoken from, it is もんか or ものだろうか

Example and meaning :

1.あんなまずい店(みせ)、二度(にど)と行(い)くものか。
There’s no way I will come to a bad store like this a second time.
2.負(ま)けるもんか、今度(こんど)絶対(ぜったい)勝(か)つぞ。
There’s no way I lose, I’ll definitely win this time.

Grammar structure number 52 :

~ものの~

Formation :

Vる/Vた+ ものの

Explanation :

However, Although/though/Despite of…but..

Example and meaning :

1.大雪が吹いたものの、学校かっこうへ来きた
Despite of the heavy snow, (but) I go to school anyway
2.やりたくないものの、やらせられる。
Althought I didn’t want to do it, (but) I was forced to.

Grammar structure number 53 :

~やすい~

Formation :

Vます (remove ます)+やすい

Explanation :

easy to do something, やすい divide like adjectives that end with い

Example and meaning :

1.その料理(りょうり)は作(つく)りやすいです。
That dish is easy to cook.
2.地図(ちず)があったらその店(みせ)を探(さが)しやすい。
If I have a map, I can find that store easily.

Grammar structure number 54 :

~ようです

Formation :

Vる/Vた+ようです
Nのようです
Aいようです
Aなようです

Explanation :

look like, seem like
express subjective anticipations of the speaker, something go with どうも

Example and meaning :

1.その前(まえ)交通事故(こうつうじこ)があったようです。
Looks like there’s a car accident up front.
2.顔色(かおいろ)が赤(あか)くて、熱(ねつ)があるようです。
You face looks red, you seem like sick.

Grammar structure number 55 :

~ように

Formation :

Vる/Vない+ように

Explanation :

to do something

Example and meaning :

1.覚おぼ)えられるように書か)いてください。
To remember, write it out.
2.間違(まちが)わないように気(き)をつけて。
To not make mistakes, be careful.

Above are the JLPT N4 Grammar lesson 11. Remember to read carefully and make up your own examples to memorize better.

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