JLPT N2 Grammar

JLPT N2 Grammar lesson 14JLPT N2 Grammar lesson 14

JLPT N2 Grammar lesson 14. Hi everyone! In this article, LearnJapanesedaily will introduce to you the JLPT N2 Grammar. Each lesson will consist of about 5 structures for you to learn step by step and have more time to practise.

Structure 66:



Filled by a lot of ~
Used to show the negativity of the speaker.

For example:

Kare ga haite iru kutsu wa doro darake da.
The shoes he is wearing are muddy.

Ano ko no heya wa omocha darake da.
That child’s room is full of toys.

Structure 67:



To keep, maintain (a state).

For example:

Kare wa dekaketa kiri, modotte konai.
He has gone out and still hasn’t returned.  

Watashi no tomodachi wa byouki de nagai aida neta kiri datta.
My friend was bedridden for a long time because of his illness.

Musuko wa jibun no heya ni haitta kiri dete konai.
Once my son is in his room, he won’t come out.

Structure 68:

V ( minus ます) → Vきり/ Vっきり


Do nothing but ~
Just do V.

For example:

Haha wa nyuuin shite iru chichi o tsuki kiri de kanbyou shite iru.
My mom is in the hospital, my dad always stays and takes care of her.

Structure 69:

V ( minus ます) →Vっぱなし


Still V, all the time (nonstop)

For example:

Watashi wa 2-jikan tachippanashi datta..
I stood for two hours.

Kare wa denki wo tsukeppanashi de, heya wo dete itta.
He left the room with the lights on.

Structure 70:

Nに 反して/反し/反するN


Against ~

For example:

Kyoushi no yosou ni hanshite, kotoshi no shiken wa totemo muzukashikatta desu.
Against the teachers’ predictions, this year’s exam was very difficult.

Mina no kitai ni hanshite, kare wa yuushou dekinakatta.
Against everyone’s expectations, he couldn’t win the championship.

Above are the JLPT N2 Grammar lesson 14. Remember to read carefully and make up your own examples to memorize better.

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