Japanese ばいいのに grammar baiinoni

Japanese ばいいのに grammar baiinoni
Japanese ばいいのに grammar baiinoni

Let’s learn Japanese ばいいのに grammar baiinoni :

Japanese ばいいのに grammar baiinoni

JLPT level : N3

Formation :

V/ N/ Aな ば form+いいのに

Meaning and how to use :

Describe expectation that is opposite to what happens in reality. Usually goes with regretful emotion.

For example

1. 元気の時、体を鍛え上げればいいのに。今は元気がないので、いつも入院して、疲れる感じをする。
Genki no toki, karada o kitaeagere ba ii noni. Ima wa genki ga nai node, itsumo nyūin shi te, tsukareru kanji o suru.
How good it would have been if I had done excercise hard when I was young. Now I’m weak, so I have to stay much in hospital and feel so tired.

2. 若い頃お金を貯めればいいのに。今は旅行されますから。
wakai koro okane o tamere ba ii noni. Ima wa ryokō sare masu kara.
It would be far better if I had been economic when I was young. Because now I could travel alot.

3. 一所懸命勉強すればいいのに。今は学識がないので失業して、生活がとても苦労です。
isshokenmei benkyō sure ba ii noni. Ima wa gakushiki ga nai node shitsugyō shi te, seikatsu ga totemo kurō desu.
It would have been far better if I had tried to study. Because I have no knowledge, so now I’m unemployed and live miserably.

4. 天気が暖かければいいのに。
tenki ga atatakakere ba ii noni.
It would be good if the weather is better.

5. 親の仕事を手伝えばいいのに。親がそんなに大変じゃないからね。
oya no shigoto o tetsudae ba ii noni. Oya ga sonnani taihen ja nai kara ne.
How good it would be if I helped my parents. I parents wouldn’t have lived in a laborious life.

Related structures :

Ref : tuhoconline

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