Japanese ようするに grammar yousuruni

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Let’s learn Japanese ようするに grammar yousuruni :

Formation :

Meaning and how to use :

Used to draw a conclusion or to confirm the partner’s conclusion.
For example

yousuruni nan ka shitsumon shi tai no
In short, what do you want to ask?

yousuruni kimi no iken ha hantai desu ne
In short, your opinion is disagreement, isn’t it?

yousuruni karera no shuchou ha watakushi no teian ni doui shi nai n da
In short, their claims disapprove of my proposal.

yousuruni watakushi tachi no hou ha sono hou hodo tsuyoku naku te kono shiai ni sanka deki nai n desu
In short, we are not as trong as the other team so we can’t participate in this match.

yousuruni kono shigoto ha kimi ni makase nai desu
In short, I cannot leave this work to you.

Note: This structure is not suitable in presenting results of a natural process which doesn’t contain the speaker’s opinion. In this case we use 「結局」.「要するに」 is used in written language.

Above is Japanese ようするに grammar yousuruni. 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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