Japanese てしかたがない grammar teshikataganai

Japanese てしかたがない grammar teshikataganai
Japanese てしかたがない grammar teshikataganai

Let’s learn Japanese てしかたがない grammar teshikataganai :

JLPT level : N3

Formation :

Aな (remove な)+でしかたがない
Aい (remove い)+くてしかたがない

Meaning and how to use :

Express natural feeling, emotion that speaker him/herself can not control. It’s also used to express nervousness that we can’t control.

For example

Kono eiga ha tottemo ii naiyou ga ari masu. Mi ta nochi de kandou shi te shikata ga nai.
This movie has a great content. After watching it, i was really touched.

okane o kure te, ureshiku te shikata ga nai.
I was given some money, i was on the top of the world.

undou shi ta nochi de, onaka ga sui te shikata ga nai.
I was so hungry after moving.

atarashii hon ga shuppan sare mashi ta. Kai taku te shikata ga nai.
That book has just been published, I really want to buy it.

chiketto ga urekitta. Chikoku shi te, kae nai node zannen de shikata ga nai.
All the tickets were sold. Since I was too late to buy one, I really regretted.

1. Sometimes the auxiliary 「が] is removed to become(~てしかたない)
2. In spoken language we use (~てしょうがない)

Related structures :

てしょうがない: teshouganai

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