Japanese ほうがましだ grammar hougamashida

Japanese ほうがましだ grammar hougamashida
Japanese ほうがましだ grammar hougamashida

Let’s learn Japanese ほうがましだ grammar hougamashida :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Describe the meaning that is choosing this thing is better than other. Doing…/A  is better than the thing mentioned before.

For example

A: jibun de shukudai o yaru koto to juku ni iku koto to docchi ga ii?’
B: ‘jibun de shukudai o yaru koto no hou ga mashi da’
A: “Which is better, self-study or extra class?”
B: “Sefl-study.”

ima, ame o futte iru kara, soto de asobu yori, ie de gēmu o suru hou ga mashi da.
IT’s raining, so staying home playing game is better than go out.

shinyou ga deki nai to omou node, karera no sābisu o tsukawa nai hou ga mashi da.
We had better don’t use his sevices because I think it’s unreliable.

hannin ha keisatsu ni tsukamaerareru yori, jisatsu suru hou ga mashi da to omou.
The criminal thinks that suiciding is better than being arrested.

okoru yori koshitsu suru hou ga mashi da.
You should stay patient instead of angry.

Note: Sometimes used with “…くらい” to describe comparison’s object, “より” and “くらいなら” mean “this is the thing that the speaker consider not good”.

Related structures :

ほうがいい hougaii
ほうがましだ hougamashida
どちらのほう dochiranohou
ほうがよかった hougayokatta

above is Japanese ほうがましだ grammar hougamashida. 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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