Japanese とあれば grammar toareba

Japanese とあれば grammar toareba
Japanese とあれば grammar toareba

Let’s learn Japanese とあれば grammar toareba :

JLPT level : N1

Formation :


Meaning and how to use Japanese とあれば grammar toareba :

Expresses the meaning “If in that situation then this action is obvious.” This structure is used to describe some special situations.


Yamada san no shitsumon to are ba, kotae nai wake ni ha ika nai.
If the question is from Mr. Yamada then I have to answer/reply.

Onshi no youkyuu to are ba, isshokenmei jikken suru shika nai.
If it’s a request from my honoured teacher then I can only do my best to conduct the experiment.

Daisuki na senshu ga mouichido shiai ni sanka suru to are ba, shigoto o yasun de mo mi ni iki masu.
If my favorite player plays again then even if I have to take a day off work, I’ll go watch him/her.

Haha no byoujou ga yoku nareru to are ba, donnani okane ga kakatte mo ukeireru.
If my mother’s condition gets better then no matter how much money I’ll pay.

Watashi o tasuke ta hito no tanomi to are ba, kotowaru wake ni ha ika nai.
If it’s a request from the person who helped me then I can’t deny.

Note: Formal way of speaking.

Related structures :

とあって toatte

above is Japanese とあれば grammar toareba. If you don’t understand the signs we used in fomation, you can find their meaning here : signs used in Japanese grammar structures.

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