"しかねない vs しかねる"
"わけではない ・ わけがない ・ わけにはいかない" etc…
Do you have a clear understanding of the differences in these frequently used expressions from JLPT’s grammar section (sometimes even in the reading comprehension section!),
and are you able to distinguish the differences in their meanings and usage?☺︎
Let’s work together to sort out these sentence patterns that often appear on the JLPT exam that are often mistaken, and
aim to improve your score for the December exam!
|Date||Sat Novembre 5th, 2022 11:00 (Asia/Tokyo)|
|Time||About 50 Min|
|Recording:||Live viewing AND viewing of the recording are both possible|
|Seminar conducted in:||Japanese|
|Coupons||10% off coupon for tutor Ria.Y’s "★NEW!★ JLPT Grammar 【N1/N2】" lesson|
For those who are aiming to pass the JLPT N2 level exam
Those who have studied all the sentence patterns at the upper-intermediate (N2) level but are not confident in their uses.
"わけだ, わけにはいかない, わけではない, わけがない"…
There are so many different expressions that use “わけ” alone, so it’s easy to get confused, right?⤵︎
These expressions often appear in the JLPT exams as they are the parts that people tend to make mistakes in. In fact, they appear not only in grammar questions, but they also frequently appear in reading comprehension passages.
Let's work on these "confusing expressions" to improve your score!