JLPT N2 Grammar lesson 30

JLPT N2 Grammar lesson 30
JLPT N2 Grammar lesson 30

JLPT N2 Grammar lesson 30. 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 146:

Vる/ Aい/ Aな + ものがある


There is something…
Used to show a typical attribute.
Normally used in writing.

For example:

Man’in densha de mainichi tsuukin suru no wa tsurai mono ga aru.
There is something painful having to commute on a crowded (packed) tram everyday.

Kare no uta ni wa kokoro ni hibiku mono ga aru.
There is something touching in his song.

Structure 147:

Vば/ Aければ/ Aなら/ Nなら + Aいという/ Aだ(Nだ)という + ものでもない/ものではない


It’s not that…

For example:

Nandemo ookereba ii to iu monodewanai.
It’s not that having a lot of something is always a good thing.

Okane ga areba shiawaseda to iu monodewanai.
It’s not that having money always equals having happiness.

Structure 148:

どうにか/なんとか + Vないものか/ Vれないもの(だろう)か


Is there any way to?

For example:

Saikin, henna meeru ga takusan kuru. Dounika naranai monoka.
Lately there has been many unknown e-mails, is there any way to handle it?

Dejikame ga kowareta. Nantoka naoranai mono darouka.
The digital camera is unusable, is there any way to fix it?

Structure 149:

Nを もとに/もとにして


Based on ~/ From ~

For example:

Kono shousetsu wa jijitsu o moto ni kakareta.
This novel is based on a true story.

Shippai o moto ni shite hatsumei suru.
Inventions from failures.

Structure 150:

Nに つき


About …
Because …
To …
A formal way of speaking.

For example:

Kono kikai wa tadaima chouseichuu ni tsuki, goshiyou ni naremasen.
Because this machine is being maintained so it’s temporarily unusable.

Honjitsu wa saijitsu ni tsuki, kyuugyou sasete itadakimasu.
Because today is holiday, the store is closed.

Above are the JLPT N2 Grammar lesson 30. Remember to read carefully and make up your own examples to memorize better.

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