Japanese よくも grammar yokumo

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Let’s learn Japanese よくも grammar yokumo:

Formation :

Meaning and how to use :

Describe the feelings of surprise, shock, anger when someone has done something bad or annoying.


Kanojo ha yokumo mina no maeni watashi no haji wo ookii koe de hanashita.
She told my shame loudly in front of everyone.

Ano ko ha yoku mainichi onaji koto wo kuri kaeshimasu. Hontou ni tsumaranai ko da.
That child does the same thing every day. What a boring child.

Watashi no chi-mu no menba- ha yoku tsui chi-mu no himitsu wo itteshimatta.
The other members of my team often told the team secret.

Kare ha yoku shitsukoku settokushite, kyaku no youna watashi ni meiwaku wo kakemashita.
He persuaded persistently, which bothered a customer like me.

Yoku mina ni mendou wo motteiru kare ha mainichi baka na koto wo shiteiru.
The man who often brings trouble to everyone does stupid things every day.

Note: When going with 「てくれる」, it will become sarcasm.

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