Japanese はずではなかった grammar hazu dehanakatta

Japanese はずではなかった grammar hazu dehanakatta
Japanese はずではなかった grammar hazu dehanakatta

Let’s learn Japanese はずではなかった grammar hazu dehanakatta :

JLPT level : N4

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

To express regret of the speaker that in reality things are the oppisite of expections. Often used under 「こんなはずではなかった」、「はずではなかったのに」. Translated as “Can’t…/ Can’t be…”


Ano ko ha ii ko da to homerare te iru node, detarame na kotoba de ore to to hanasu hazu de ha nakatta n kedo?
That kid was praised as a good kid. There’s no way he/she could use such words to talk with me, but..

Konna hazu de ha nakatta. Kare ni watashi ga iu toori ni koudou shiro to chuui shi ta noni.
It can’t be. I told him to do exactly as I say..

Watashi ha ha kusuri o takai tokoro nioite, kodomo tachi ga toreru hazu de ha nakatta noni.
I placed the medicines in high place, so there’s no way for the kids to reach it but turn out..

Sumimasen, boku ha kimi ga kashi ta pasokon o anzen na tokoro nioite, kowasu hazu de ha nakatta noni.
Sorry, I left the computer you lent me in a safe place so there should be no way it could be broken, but turn out..

Ano hito ni okane o takusan ageru kara, boku no tsumi o kokuso suru hazu de ha nakatta noni.
I gave that person a lot of money so there should be no way he would tell on my crimes, but turn out..

Related structures :

たはず tahazu
はずがない hazuganai
はずだった hazudatta
はずではなかった hazudehanakatta, hazu dehanakatta

above is Japanese はずではなかった grammar hazu dehanakatta. 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 !!