Japanese いまごろ…ても いまごろ…たところで grammar imagoro…temo imagoro…tatokorode

Japanese いまごろ…ても いまごろ…たところで grammar imagoro…temo imagoro…tatokorode
Japanese いまごろ...ても いまごろ...たところで grammar imagoro...temo imagoro...tatokorode

Let’s learn Japanese いまごろ…ても いまごろ…たところで grammar imagoro…temo imagoro…tatokorode:

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Expressing the meaning “it is too late to do now”.


Imagoro moushikonde mo osoi yo.
It is too late to apply.

Imagoro kanojo ni ayamatta tokoro de mitome raremasen.
Now even if you apologize, she won’t accept.

Imagoro koukai shite mo jijitsu wo kae rarenai.
Now even if I regret, I can’t change it now.

Imagoro naku shita mono wo oshinde mo hikitorenai.
Now even if I regret the things I lost, I can’t get it back.

Imagoro jibun no waruitokoro o satotte mo naosu kikai wa mou nakatta.
Now even if I realize my bad point, there is no chance to fix it.

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