Japanese grammar dictionary

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Let’s learn Japanese かれ grammar kare :

Formation :

Aい(remove い)+かれAい(remove い)+かれ

Meaning and how to use :

Expressing the meaning “no matter how”. This structure is used as an idiom. Use with adjectives with opposite meanings. It also has form「よかれあしかれ」.


Samukare atsukare zehi ni dekakemasu.
Whether cold or hot, I will go out.

Osokare hayakare douka kite kudasai.
Whether early or late, please come.

Isogashi kare isogashiku naka re renraku shite kudasai.
Whether you are busy or not, please contact me.

Yokare ashikare touchaku suru toki watashi ni hitokoto wo itte kudasai.
For better or worse, please say a word to me when you arrive.

Yorokobashikare kanashikare chan to jugyou ni itte kudasai.
Whether you are sad or happy, go to class.

Above is Japanese かれ grammar kare. 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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