Japanese たら…で grammar tara…de

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Let’s learn Japanese たら…で grammar tara…de :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Expressing the meaning “any choice in these two things is the same”. This structure expresses “has a problem but it doesn’t matter, or it will be done eventually”, or expresses that the situation is in a negative situation, meaning “it is always hard or problematic”.


Chichi kara moraeru zaisan ga attara iidesuga, nakattaranaide nantoka naru monoda.
It is good to have the property received from father, but without it, everything will be okay.

Kono shigoto wo uketara iidesuga, ukenakattara ukenaide chotto taihenda to omou.
Getting this job is good, if not, I think it is a bit tough.

Kanojo to tomodachi ni nattara iidesuga, naranakattara daijoubudesu.
Being a friend with her is fine, but it is not a problem if you don’t.

Ano hito wo settoku shitara iidesuga, settoku shinakattara kamaimasen.
Being able to convince him is great, but it is okay if it it’s impossible.

Sono shouhin wo kattara iidesuga, kawanakattara hoka no houhou ga arimasu.
Buying that item is good, but you’re not able to buy it, there are other ways.

Note: In the case of adjectives, using「AかったらAかったで」 but sometimes using「なかったらないで」. 「…ば…で」is the same.

Above is Japanese たら…で grammar tara…de. 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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