Japanese るんだ grammar runda
Hello everyone! In this post, we will learn : Japanese るんだ grammar runda :
Meaning and how to use :
The structure describe requirements. Mostly men use it. Women often use「の」and「んです」
Ishida sensei no me-ru wo hayaku henji surun da.
Reply to Mr. Ishida’s mail quickly.
Koko de juppun hodo matterunda yo.
Wait here for about 10 minutes.
Kyou ame ga furisounanode, kasa wo motterun da.
It seems like going to rain today, so bring the umbrella with you.
Shukudai wo yarun dayo.
Do the homework.
Ichirou, okaasan no kawarini kaimono surun dayo.
Ichiro, go shopping for mother.
Note: Adding 「よ」makes the sentence like a command.
Written above is the Japanese るんだ . In case you don’t understand the signs that we used in the formation part, you can find out their meanings here in this post: signs used in Japanese grammar structures.
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