Japanese ものがある grammar monogaaru

Japanese ものがある grammar monogaaru
Japanese ものがある grammar monogaaru

Let’s learn Japanese ものがある grammar monogaaru :

JLPT level : N2

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Means a special thing that stands out off the whole, also means “feel that~”

For example

Kanojo no repōto ha jibun no iken ga ii mono ga aru
In her report, the highlight quality is the good personal opinion.

kono e ni ha hito o hikitsukeru mono ga aru.
There is something that attracts people in this picture.

mainichi yoru osoku made zangyou suru no ha tsurai mono ga aru
I feel really tired of doing extra work shift until late night.

kare no hanashikata ni ha doko ka gouin na mono ga aru.
His way of talking is somehow forced

kondo no shinsaku ha zensaku o sarani uwamawaru mono ga aru.
This work has point that is superior to last work.

Note: Used in written language. We can also use “見られる”, “認められる” in the place of “ある”

Related structures :

もの/もん mono/ mon
ものか monoka
ものがある monogaaru
ものだ monoda
ものだから monodakara
ものではない monodehanai
ものでもない monodemonai
ものとおもう monotoomou
ものとする monotosuru
をものともせずに womonotomosezuni, womonoto mosezuni
ものなら mononara
ものの monono
ものを monowo

above is Japanese ものがある grammar monogaaru. 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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