Japanese たらいい grammar taraii

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Let’s learn Japanese たらいい grammar taraii :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Describing the speaker’s wishes. In the case that what happens is not desirable, it means that you wish everything happened the other way with a regretful mood.


Wakai koro, chanto benkyou shitara iinoni.
I wish I had studied properly when I was young.

Sukoshi ganbattara ii naa. Ima daigaku ni goukaku shitakara ne.
I wish I had tried a little more. If so, I would have passed university entrance exam.

Kanojo ni ayamattara ii naa. Sousuruto, watashitachi no kankei wa ima made no joukyou ni naranaikara.
I wish I had apologized to her. If so, our relationship wouldn’t have become like today.

Oya ni `itoshi teru’ to ittara ii naa. Ima oya wo totemo omoidasuga, mou nakunatta.
I wish I had told my parents “I love you very much”. Now I miss them a lot, but my parents are gone.

Ano doresu wo kattara ii naa.
I wish I had bought that dress.

Note: At the and of the sentence, we often use words like「のに/なあ/のだが」. If it’s 「たらなあ」 ,「いい」can be dismissed.

Above is Japanese たらいい grammar taraii. 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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