JLPT N2 Grammar lesson 6

JLPT N2 Grammar lesson 6

JLPT N2 Grammar lesson 6

JLPT N2 Grammar lesson 6. 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 26:

V (minus ます) → Vがい


worth to do something.

For example:

Yarigai no aru shigoto.
A job that is worth to do (a challenging job) .

Oshiegai no aru seito.
Students that are worth to be taught.

Structure 27:

Vてまで(も)Nまで Vて


To the point ~ / Even ~ (to show something extreme)

For example:

Shakkin shite made kaigai ryokou ni iku nante, watashi ni wa shinjirarenai.
He is not trustworthy to me, to the point that he has to borrow money to travel.

Iyana omoi made shite, kanojo to tsukiau koto nai yo.
Don’t have to associate with her (have a connection with her) to the level that you have to make you a bad memory.

Oya ni uso o tsuite made asobi ni ikitakunai.
I don’t want to go out to the point that I lie to my parents.

Structure 28:

V ( minus ます) → Vかける/ VかけのN/ Vかけだ。


In the middle of doing something.

For example:

Yomikake no hon ga nansatsu mo aru.
I’m in the middle of reading this book, there are some pages I haven’t finished.

Konojo wa nani ka iikaete yameta.
She was about to say something but she stopped.

Watashi wa kodomo no toki, byouki de shinikaketa koto ga aru.
I almost died of disease when I was little.

Structure 29:

V ( minus ます) → V切る/ V切れる


Have done ~ / finished doing something.

For example:

Kono shousetsu wa omoshirokute, ichinichi de yomikitta.
This novel is very interesting, I had done reading in a day.

Kare wa tsukarekitta kao o shite iru.
He looks completely exhausted.

Structure 30:

V ( minus ます) → Vえる/ Vえない/ Vうる


Able to do V/ It’s possible for V to happen.

For example:

Hakase demo machigau koto wa arieru.
Even a doctor sometimes makes mistakes.

Kore ga watashi no shiri uru subete no jouhou desu.
This is everything I’m able to know.

Above are the JLPT N2 Grammar lesson 6. Remember to read carefully and make up your own examples to memorize better.

If there is anything that you find it hard to understand, feel free to comment below!

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