Japanese ばよかった grammar bayokatta
Let’s learn Japanese ばよかった grammar bayokatta :
JLPT level : N3
Meaning and how to use :
1.Describe regret not doing something or about something that did not happen in the past.
Sono hi soto ni de nakere ba yokatta.
It would have been far better If I hadn’t gone out on that day.
kinou no yoru gohan o tabe nakere ba yokatta.
If we had not had meal lastnight, it’d have been good.
kanojo to wakare nakere ba yokatta.
Breaking up with her seems better.
kinou kusuri o nome ba yokatta.
It could have been good if I had taken medicine yesterday.
nihongo o benkyou sure ba yokatta.
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