Japanese たろう grammar tarou
Let’s learn Japanese たろう grammar tarou :
Meaning and how to use :
Describing the speculation of what happened.
Kodomo wo umu nante kurou dattarou.
It would have been painful to give birth to a child.
Sonnani hataraitara tsukaretarou.
I would have been tired if I worked so much.
Kinou no taifuu wa totemo tsuyokattarou.
The typhoon yesterday must have been very strong.
Ano hito ga wakai toki wo kurou ni sugoshitarou.
He might have suffered a lot when he was young.
Karera no teian wa jikken suruto anmari seikou shinakattarou.
Their proposal mustn’t have been very successful on experimentation.
Note: This is the structure that is matched by た of the predicate and 「だろう」, then remove 「だ」 to become 「たろう」. Meaning and usage are like「だろう」. This structure is used in both speaking and writing.
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