Japanese わ…わで grammar wa…wade
Let’s learn Japanese わ…わで grammar wa…wade:
Meaning and how to use :
It is used to list things (bad things happening at the same time) as example to emphasize the miserable mood. The following part describes the content of the hardship, misery.
Kinou ryokou suru tsumoridesuga, yuki ga tsuyoku furareru wa issho ni iku tomodachi ga byouki de ikanai wa de kyanseru shita.
I was going to travel yesterday, but it was snowing heavily; moreover, my friend who would go with me cannot go because she was sick, so I canceled the trip.
Saikin buchou ni naruwa kaji mo tamaru wa de totemo isogashii.
Recently, I have become the head of the department; moreover, the housework also piled up, so it is very busy.
Raishuu kuni kara tomodachi ga kitekureru wa shiken ga aruwa de isogashii darou.
Because my friend from my country will come and there is also an exam next week, so maybe I will be busy.
Kyou no ban arubaito suru wa ronbun wo kaku wa de hima na jikan ga nai.
I have to work part-time and write the thesis tonight, so I don’t have free time.
Nichiyoubi ie wo katazukeruwa ryoushin ni mukaenikui wa de kimi to asobi ni ikemasen.
I have to clean up the house and pick up my parents on Sunday, so I can’t go to play with you.
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