Japanese といい grammar toii
Let’s learn Japanese といい grammar toii :
Meaning and how to use :
Describing the wishes of the speaker.
Boku wa kyou no koto wo eien ni wasurenai toii naa.
I wish I would never forget today.
Chichi no chuui wo kiita toii noni.
If I had listened to my father’s reminder, it would be good.
Tanaka-san ni shinjita toiinoni.
If only I had trusted Mr. Tanaka.
Isshokenmei benkyou shita toiinoni. Ima daigaku wo sotsugyou shite mo shigoto wo mitsukenai.
I wish I had studied harder. Now that I graduated from university, I still couldn’t find a job.
Mouichido dake demo kare ni saikai shita toii naa.
I wish I could see him just once again.
Note: It often goes with「が／けど／のに／（のに）なあ」at the end of the sentence. In this case,「が／けど／のに」 expresses an insecurity that “may not be true” or implies that “it is not as expected”. 「たらいい」and「ばいい」almost have the same meaning and can interchange each other in almost all cases.
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