JLPT N4 Grammar (saserareru)


causative-passive; to be made to do something

How to use

Verb (causative form させ)られる
saserareru させられる jlpt n4 grammar meaning 文法 例文 japanese flashcards

Learn Japanese grammar: (saserareru). Meaning: causative-passive form; to be made to do something.

The technical term for this grammar point is ‘causative-passive’, or in Japanese ‘受け身動詞’ (ukemi doushi).

To use, you must first conjugate the causative form. See lesson for .

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- Example Sentences

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Example #1

shigoto o yame saserareta.
I was forced to quit my job.
Example #2

musuko wa taigaku saserareta.
My son was expelled from school.
Example #3

kanojo ni 2 jikan mo matasareta.
She made me wait over 2 hours.
Example #4

sono eiga wa kangae saserareru.
That movie makes you think.
Example #5

mainichi haha ni yasai o tabe saserareru.
Every day, my mother forces me to eat vegetables.
Example #6

fianse no otousan ni osake o nomaserareta.
My fiance's father made me to drink alcohol with him.
Example #7

oya ni mainichi shukudai o saserareru.
I am made to do my homework everyday by my parents.
Example #8

shuumatsu ni wa kazoku no resutoran de tetsuda waserareru.
On weekends, I am forced to help out with the family restaurant.
Example #9

kare wa shiten kara shiten e to tenkin sase rareta.
He was forced to transfer from one company branch to another.

Vocabulary List

毎日まいにちevery day
食べるたべるto eat
飲むのむto drink
家族のレストランかぞくのれすとらんfamily's restaurant
手伝うてつだうto help

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