Japanese が早いか がはやいか grammar gahayaika

Japanese が早いか がはやいか grammar gahayaika
Japanese が早いか がはやいか grammar gahayaika

Japanese が早いか がはやいか grammar gahayaika :

JLPT level : N1

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Expresses the meaning “The latter clause happens almost at the same time with the former clause.”


Musuko ha ie ni hairu ga hayai ka, ‘tadaima’ to oogoe de saken da.
My son came on and immediately shouted “I’m home”.

Kare ha okiru ga hayai ka, sosokkashiku asa gohan o tabe te, gakkou ni iki masu.
He woke up and quickly ate breakfast and went to school in a rush.

Kanojo ha denwa o kakeru ga hayai ka, dekake masu.
She was just phoned and went outside.

Ano hito ha doa o ake te, watashi tachi no sugata o mieru ga hayai ka, doa o shime te shimatta.
He just opened and closed the door almost immediately after he saw us.

Go ji o shimesu tokei o miru ga ha iya ka, yamada san ha michi ni tobidashi masu.
Mr. Yamada went right out to the road after he saw the clock hitting 5 o’clock.

Note: Mostly used in writings.

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