Japanese ずにおく grammar zunioku

Japanese ずにおく grammar zunioku
Japanese ずにおく grammar zunioku

Let’s learn Japanese ずにおく grammar zunioku :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

be not used, performed for some aims. Mean “so not…”

for example

Kare ha kanashinde iru node, nani mo se zu ni oku.
Because he is sad, so i didn’t do anything (and let it be like that).

ima kanojo ga iya kunatta kara, kanojo no tegami o yoma zu ni oku.
I hate her now, so i don’t read her letter (let the letter there).

nenmatsu atarashii ie o kau koto ni shi ta desu kara, ima zeitaku ni okane o tsukawa zu ni oku.
I decided to buy a new house at the end of the year, so now I won’t use money luxuriously anymore (let it there to buy the house).

haha no o tanjou bi no purezento o katta. Haha o bikkuri saseru tame ni nani mo iwa zu ni oku.
I has bought my mom a gift. Because I want to surprise her, so I didn’t say anything.

aidoru no hakushu o nokosu tame ni, kanojo ha ni shuukan te o arawa zu ni oku.
To preserve the moment she got a handshake with her idol, she hasn’t cleant her hands for 2 week up to now.

Note: 1. しない becomes せずに
2. Là các biểu đạt cứng, is usually used in written language

Related structures :

ずに zuni
ずにいる zuniiru
ずにすむ zunisumu
ずにはいられない zunihairarenai
ずにはおかない zunihaokanai
ずにはすまない zunihasumanai

above is Japanese ずにおく grammar zunioku. if you don’t understand the signs we used in fomation, you can find their meaning here : signs used in Japanese grammar structures.

You can search the structure you want by using the search tool on our website (using key : grammar + ‘structure name’ or you can find more Japanese grammar structures in the following category : Japanese grammar dictionary

Stay with us on :
Facebook - Twitter - Pinterest - Reddit

Leave a Reply

error: Alert: Content is protected !!