JLPT N3 Grammar lesson 14

JLPT N3 Grammar lesson 14JLPT N3 Grammar lesson 14

JLPT N3 Grammar lesson 14. Hi everyone! In this article, Learn Japanese daily will introduce you to the JLPT N3 Grammar.

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

Structure 66 :



Things like ~
Used to show despise when talking about things in general. When talking about yourself, it’s used to show humbleness and modesty.

For example:

Okeshou nanka shite wa ikemasen.
I don’t wear things like make-up.

Nattou nante kiraida.
I really hate Natto.

Naite iru no.
Are you crying?
Naite nanka inai yo.
I’m not crying.

Nihongo de supiichi nado dekimasen.
I can’t do presentation in Japanese.

Structure 67 :

Note: Nだの、Aだな


Thanks to ~ To show gratitude.

For example:

Sensei no okage de goukaku dekimashita.
Thanks to my teacher, I passed the exam.

Nihon e kita okage de, nihongo ga jouzu ni natta.
Thanks to coming to Japan, my Japanese got better.

Structure 68 :

Note: Nだの、Aだな


Because, because of ~
Negatively, to blame.

For example:

Basu ga okureta sei de, yakusoku no jikan ni maniawanakatta.
Because the bus was late, I couldn’t make it to the meeting in time.

Tsukareta sei ka, atama ga itai.
Don’t know if it’s because of fatigue that my head hurts.

Structure 69 :

Note: Nだの、Aだな


In stead of ~
To emphasize the replacement.

For example:

Kuruma de kita node, biiru no kawari ni juusu o kudasai.
Because I came here by car, I got fizzy drink instead of beer.

Nichiyoubi ni hataraita kawari ni, kyou yasumi o torimashita.
In stead of working on Sunday, I will take a day off this Sunday.

Structure 70 :



In stead of.
N2 has to do things that N1 should have had done.

For example:

Shucchouchuu no buchou ni kawatte, watashi ga go aisatsu sase itadakimasu.
On behalf of the leader who is on a business trip, I would like to welcome you.

Yakyuu ni kawari, sakkaa ni sakan shita.
In stead of baseball, I participate in soccer.

Above are the JLPT N3 Grammar lesson 14. If there is anything that you find it hard to understand, feel free to common below.

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