Japanese たらどうか grammar taradouka

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Let’s learn Japanese たらどうか grammar taradouka :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Expresses the meaning “try something”. It’s used to encourage, advise the other to do something.
For example

ta no hito ni kii tara dou ka
Try asking others.

sono tokoro ni itu te kengaku shi tara dou ka
How about going there for study obversation?

sono tohri ni yatu tara dou ka
Why don’t we do it like that?

zen ni renraku shi tara dou ka
How about contacting in advance?

sono resutoran ni ichido itu tara dou ka
Let’s go to that restaurant once.

Note: Usually in form:「Vてみたらどうか」. 「たらどうか」corresponding with 「てはどうか」, but it’s used mostly in spoken language. In intimate conversations, women use 「たらどうなの/どうかしら」 , men use「たらどうなんだ」 .

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