Japanese 恐れがある おそれがある grammar osoregaaru

Japanese 恐れがある おそれがある grammar osoregaaru
Japanese 恐れがある おそれがある grammar osoregaaru

Let’s learn Japanese 恐れがある おそれがある grammar osoregaaru :

JLPT level : N2

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Express the meaning “Afraid/fear for some unexpected thing that might happen”. Often used for bad things.


Ano eizu no byounin kara wirusu ga densen suru osore ga aru.
I’m afraid that viruses from that AIDS person spread through eye-contact.

dai taifuu ga shikoku ni chikadui te iru. Kono atari ni mo kankyou saseru osore ga aru.
THe big storm is coming into Shikoku island. I’m afraid that this region will also be affected.

waga sha no kabu ga tsuyoku bouraku shi te iru. Kaisha ga hasan suru osore ga aru.
Our company’s shares are dropping in price. I fear that our company might be going bankrupt.

ima ha daigaku o sotsugyou shi te mo shigoto o mitsuke nai. Shitsugyou no osore ga aru.
Although I finished university but I still can’t find a job. I fear that I’m going to be unemployed.

boku ha kurasumēto o ijime ta node sensei ni shikarareru osore ga aru.
I bullied my classmate so I fear that the teacher my yell at me.

+) There are some ways of saying similarly to this structure, for examples: :「危険がある」、「不安がある」
+) Mostly used in writings; often used in newsletters, memorials, and editorials.

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