Japanese てしまうそうだ grammar teshimausouda

Japanese てしまうそうだ grammar teshimausouda
Japanese てしまうそうだ grammar teshimausouda

Let’s learn Japanese てしまうそうだ grammar teshimausouda :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

To express the feeling of concern that an unexpected thing is going to happen. Often used for actions with the motive of the speaker.


Okoru toki, kodomo o nagutte shimau sou da.
I might just hit my child when I’m angry.

Watashi no nimotsu ha koko ni oi tara wasure te shimau sou da.
I might forget my things if I leave it here.

Kyuuryou o moratta toki, zenbu ichi kai de tsukatte shimau sou da.
I might just spend all my salary in a go.

Kanojo ni kizutsuke rare taru kotoba o itte shimau sou da.
I might said something to hurt her.

Kyou onaka mo amari sui te naishi tabemono mo ooi node, nokotte shimau sou da.
I don’t go to work today and there are a lot of food so there might be leftovers.

Related structures :

そうに見える sounimieru
そうにしている sounishiteiru
そうになる souninaru
そうもない soumonai
てしまいそうだ teshimaisouda

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