Japanese ているばあいではない grammar teirubaaidehanai

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Let’s learn Japanese ているばあいではない grammar teirubaaidehanai :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Expresses the meaning “not the high time…/ not the good time did something…”. It’s used to warn other that it’s not high time did something.
For example

ima raku ni yasun de iru baai de ha nai
It’s not high time relaxed comfortably.

ason de iru baai de ha nai yo ima ha saitei na baai ga okotu ta
It’s not the time to play. The worst situation has happened.

raku ni sugoshi te iru baai de ha nai yo igai na koto ga ikatu ta
It’s not the time let loose. Something unexpected has just occured.

ima noronoro ni unten shi te iru baai de ha nai minna ha hayaku atsume mashi ta
It’s not the time to drive slowly. Everyone has gathered early.

joudan bakari itu te iru baai de ha nai jikan ga nai node hayaku juuyou na koto wo itu te kudasai
It’s not high time kept joking. We don’t have time, so please be straightforward.

Above is Japanese ているばあいではない grammar teirubaaidehanai. 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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