Japanese やら…やら grammar yara…yara
Let’s learn Japanese やら…やら grammar yara…yara:
Meaning and how to use :
It is used to list some of the many things.
Kongetsu ha shiken yara juuyou na repo-to no shimekiri yara de tsukareta.
This month I was tired from the deadlines of the important reports and the tests.
Kodomo no gakuhi yara seikatsuhi yara de iroiro na hi wo teishutsu shinakyanaranai.
I have to submit various expenses such as my children’s tuition, living expenses, etc.
Kaban no nakade pen yara no-to yara hon yara iroiro na mono ga atte sagashinikui.
It is difficult to find something in my bag since there are a lot of things in there such as pens, notebooks, books, etc.
Jugyou ni chikokusuru yara repo-to no shimekiri wo wasureta yara, hontou ni un ga warui hi da.
I was late for class and forgot the deadline of the report. It’s a really unlucky day.
Kikokusurumaeni, hikouki chiketto wo kau yara sukeju-ru o henkou suru yara de isogashikatta.
Before returning to my country, I was busy with buying the plane ticket and changing the schedule.
Note: This structure is similar to「…や…などいろいろ」、「…たり…たりする」. It is often used to describe the meaning “There are many things happening, so it is very troublesome.”
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