Japanese まさかの grammar masakano

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Let’s learn Japanese まさかの grammar masakano :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Describe the meaning “If there is anything unexpected…”


Masaka no baai ha, tsugi no koto wo shitekudasai.
If there is anything unexpected, please do the following.

Masaka no tokiha, watashi ga chuui shita toori ni yattekudasai.
If there is anything unexpected, please do as I reminded.

Masaka no koto ga okoru to sugu tantou no satou sensei ni renrakushinasai.
If something bad happens, please immediately contact Ms. Sato who is in charge.

Masaka no toki denki ya gasu nado wo suguni keshitekudasai.
If there is anything unexpected, please turn off the lights or gas immediately.

Masaka no toki jiki ni anohito no tasuke wo motometekudasai.
If there is anything unexpected, please ask that person for help.

Above is Japanese まさかの grammar masakano. 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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