JLPT N3 Grammar lesson 16

JLPT N3 Grammar lesson 16JLPT N3 Grammar lesson 16

JLPT N3 Grammar lesson 16. 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 76 :

Note: Nだ


Heard that ~
Used to say what you’ve heard.

For example:

Tanaka-san kara denwa ga atte, sukoshi okureru to iu koto desu.
There is a phone call from Tanaka, He said he would be a little late.

Shiken no kekka wa 70%, tsumari goukaku to iu koto desu.
If the test result was 70%, it means you pass.

Structure 77 :



Must/ Must not do V
That’s the best way (an indirect warning, order).

For example:

Atatakaku shite, yukkuri yasumu kotoda.
(you need to) Keep warm (turn on the heater) and relax.

Muri o shinai koto desu.
Don’t try too hard.

Structure 78 :



Don’t know ~ how much
Used to describe infinitely large amounts and quantity.

For example:

Goukaku dekitara, donna ni ureshii kotoka.
If I pass the exam, don’t know how happy I will be.

Nando chuui shita kotoka.
How many times I have warned you? (warned many times)

Structure 79 :



Seems like ~, Is is true that ~ ?
To confirm things you don’t remember clearly (when talking to yourself).
Mostly used when speaking.
It’s also OK to use[でしたっけ/ますっけ].

For example:

Kuni e kaeru no wa raishuu dattakke.
Is this true that will you return to the country next week?

Ashita no paatii no koto, hanashitakke.
About the party tomorrow, have I told you before?

Structure 80:



There is only one way left ~/ there is no other way ~

For example:

Dekiru made, yaru shika nai.
There is no other way than trying our best.

Naosenai kara, atarashii no o kau shika nakatta.
Can’t fix this, there is only one way left that is to buy a new one.

Above are the JLPT N3 Grammar lesson 16. If there is anything that you find it hard to understand, feel free to common below.

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