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Japanese ばかりいる grammar bakariiru
Japanese ばかりいる grammar bakariiru

Let’s learn Japanese ばかりいる grammar bakariiru :

JLPT level : N3

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Describe repetitive actions which is always in that state. Used in criticizing, means “always”

For example

Kare ha benkyou shi te bakari i te, itsumo ichi zero zero ten o eru.
He always studies hard and gets 100 points.

waga joushi ha monku o itte bakari iru.
My boss is always complaining.

kanojo ha uso o itte bakari i masu.
She is always lying.

chichi ha asa kara ban made shigoto o shi te bakari i te, byouki ni naru osore ga aru.
Working continuosly all day. I worry he’ll get sick.

doushite kimi ha osshatte bakari iru no? urusai. Damare.
Why are you always talking? So noisy, shut up please!

Note: It can not replace “のみ” and “だけ ”

Related structures :

ばかりいる bakariiru
ばかりで bakaride
ばかりだ bakarida
ばかりの bakarino
んばかり nbakari
ばかりに bakarini
ばかりもいられない bakarimoirarenai
とばかりはいえない tobakarihaienai
とばかりおもっていた tobakariomotteita
とばかりに tobakarini
ばかりか bakarika
ばかりでなく…も bakaridenaku…mo

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