JLPT N3 Grammar lesson 10

JLPT N3 Grammar lesson 10JLPT N3 Grammar lesson 10

JLPT N3 Grammar lesson 10. Hi everyone! In this article, LearnJapanesedaily will introduce you to the JLPT N3 Grammar.

Let’s take a look at the next 5 structures.

Structure 46 :



Even though ~/ given that ~
Used to show: “Given that the case is true”. The latter clause will show a completely contradictory outcome of compared to the predicted assumption.

For example:

Kore wa, 100 en ni shitemo takai to omou.
For this, 100 yen is till very expensive.

Okureru to wa kiite ita kedo, sore ni shitemo Tanaka-san, osoi ne.
I’ve heard that he was going to be late, but Tanaka is really late though.

Structure 47 :



In case that is true/ done, in case that exists then ~
Followed by the speaker’s speculation.

For example:

Sono hanashi ga hontouda to shitara, ureshii desu.
In case that’s true, then it’s really fun.

Hikouki de iku to shitara, ikura gurai kakarimasuka.
In case we take a plane, how long would it take?

Structure 48 :



To intend to do ~
Used for both the first person and second person.

For example:

Kinou wa kaimono ni iku tsumori deshita ga, atama ga itakatta node zutto ie ni imashita.
I intended to go shopping yesterday, but my head hurt so I stayed home all the time.

Okashi o tabenai tsumori deshita ga, tsui tabete shimaimashita.
I didn’t intend to eat candies, but ended up eating afterwards.

Structure 49 :



Certainly ~ (Logically)
No wonder ~ (Turned out to be) はずがない: Is it because ~, How come ~ ?

For example:

Tanaka-san wa ima ryokouchuu da kara, ie ni inai hazuda.
Tanaka is on atrip today so he will certainly not be home.

Majime na Tanaka-san wa, mudan ni yasumu hazu ga nai.
Tanaka is so hard-working and diligent, he will certainly not take a day off without a justifiable reason.

Structure 50 :



Should, need to ~
Used to express an opinion of the speaker about things. If used for others’ behaviour, it means to advise/warn.

For example:

Yakusoku wa mamoru bekida.
Have to keep the promise.

Above are the JLPT N3 Grammar lesson 10. If there is anything that you find it hard to understand, feel free to common below.

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2 thoughts on “JLPT N3 Grammar lesson 10

  • 25/02/2019 at 10:47 am

    It will nice of you to put more examples 🙂

    • 26/02/2019 at 4:52 am

      ok moss san ! web will edit these lesson and add more examples !


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