Japanese grammar dictionary

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Let’s learn Japanese またしても grammar matashitemo :

Formation :

またしても + clause

Meaning and how to use :

Describe the speaker’s surprise about something that is repeated. It is often used to talk about bad things.


Matashitemo shinyuu no kare ha watashi ni uso wo tsuita.
He who is my best friend lied to me again.

Kono bangumi ha matashitemo eisha saremashita.
This program was projected again.

Matashitemo saifu wo otoshiteshimatta.
I dropped my wallet again.

Matashitemo warui ten wo totta.
I got a bad score again.

Matashitemo onaji misu de shikarareta.
I was scolded again for the same mistake.

Note: This is a formal way of speaking, so it is often used in writing or news on TV, radio… In speaking, we often use 「また」.

Above is Japanese またしても grammar matashitemo. 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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