Japanese ていては grammar teiteha

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Let’s learn Japanese ていては grammar teiteha :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Expresses the meaning “If somebody keeps doing something…negative things happen.”. The structure is used to warn other by telling their bad point and advising them changing their attitude.
For example

gemu wo shi te i te ha tei ga kowasa re masu yo
If you keep playing game, your body will be ruined.

sonnani ta no hito no ii ten wo mi te shitto shi te i te ha jibun ga umaku nari mase n yo
If you keep looking at other’s good point then envy, you will never be better.

shigoto wo kado ni shi te i te ha suijaku shi masu yo
If you keep overworking, you will break down.

tabe shi te i te ha futori yasuku nari masu
If you keep eating, you will get fat easily.

ta no hito ni monku wo itu te i te ha minna ni kirawa re masu yo
If you keep complaining about others, people will hate you.

Above is Japanese ていては grammar teiteha. 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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