Japanese ちゃ/じゃ grammar cha/ja

Japanese ちゃ/じゃ grammar cha/ja
Japanese ちゃ/じゃ grammar cha/ja

Let’s learn Japanese ちゃ/じゃ grammar cha/ja :

JLPT level : N3

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

ちゃ/じゃ, a brief, rough form of ”ては/では” and is usually used in spoken language

For example

Kono kēki wa otōto no ga, oishii node, tsui tabechatta.
This cake is of my younger brother, but because it’s so great, I ate it.

koko wa kiken na node, haiccha dame da.
This area is dangerous, so you mustn’t go in.

yoku nai naiyō ga aru eiga o mi cha ike nai yo.
You mustn’t watch movie which have bad content.

shukudai o suru nante, wasure chatta.
I forgot to do my home work.

kono kusuri wa amai node, nonjatta.
This pill is so sweet, so I took it.

Note: ”ちゃ/じゃ” is only used in spoken language

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