Japanese あれで grammar arede

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Let’s learn Japanese あれで grammar arede :

Formation :

Meaning and how to use :

Describing the surprise: “In such a situation…, it is really…”. It is used in both positive form and negative form.


Sonna ni ii mono, arede 1000 en nara hontou ni yasui. Sugu ni kaitai wa-.
It is really cheap if a good thing like this only costs 1000 yen. I want to buy it immediately.

Anohito ha puro na kukku janaitte, arede umaku ryouri wo tsukuru nante sugoi.
You said that person wasn’t a professional cook, it’s amazing how well he cooks.

Kono nisemono noyou na mono ha arede 3 manen nante tondemonai nedan da.
A fake one like this costs 30,000 yen, it’s an unbelievable price.

Sarari-man dake no kare ha aredeha takai kyuuryou wo moraerunante shinji nikui.
It is hard to believe that only a salary man like him could get a high salary.

Sonna ni ii houhou ha arede mina ni mitomerarenai nente hen desune.
It is strange that a good method like this is not recognized by everyone.

Above is Japanese あれで grammar arede. If you don’t understand the signs we used in formation, you can find their meaning here : signs used in Japanese grammar structures.

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