Japanese べからざる grammar bekarazaru

Japanese べからざる grammar bekarazaru
Japanese べからざる grammar bekarazaru

Let’s learn Japanese べからざる grammar bekarazaru :

JLPT level : N1

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Exoresses the meaning “Can’t..”. Used when wanting to say that the action/status is “not right/not good/should not..”.


Shushou ha jiyuu ni hatsugen suru bekara zaru hito desu.
Prime Minister is the one who can’t have freedom of speech.

Soko ha dare de mo hairu bekara zaru tokoro desu.
This is a place where not everyone can visit.

Oya de mo kodomo o hageshiku shikaru bekara zaru hito desu.
Even though they’re the parents, they still can’t yell at their child.

Gakusei ha sensei ni hidoi kotoba o tsukatte hiniku suru no ha ariu bekara zaru koudou desu.
For the students to use bad words against their teacher is unacceptable.

Kiso no koto o wasureru bekara zaru.
You must not forget the basic things.

This structure is mostly used with a certain amount of verbs (habit)
Formal, modern structure, mostly used in writings.

Related structures :

べきでない bekidenai

above is Japanese べからざる grammar bekarazaru. if you don’t understand the signs we used in fomation, you can find their meaning here : signs used in Japanese grammar structures.

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