Japanese わずか grammar wazuka
Hello everyone! In this post, we will introduce to you the lesson : Japanese わずか grammar wazuka :
Meaning and how to use :
Describe the meaning “only, merely, a little…”
Nokotta ryouri ha wazuka ban no bi-su desu.
Leftovers are only a small piece of bread.
jimusho ni iru hito ha wazuka gonin desu.
There are only 5 people in the office.
Wazuka namida wo nagaseru noha “suzume no namida” to yobareru.
Shedding only a few tear is called “sparrow tears”.
Matomeru jouhou ha mazuka go gyou desu.
Summary information is only 5 lines.
Wazuka mondai nara kimi ni makaseru yo.
If it’s just a small problem, I will leave it to you.
Note: We also use the form「わずかに」to talk about a very small number of something.
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