JLPT N4 Grammar (zehi)


by all means; certainly; definitely ~

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Learn Japanese grammar: (zehi). Meaning: by all means; certainly; definitely ~.

In higher JLPT levels, the kanji form will be used 是非.

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Example #1

watashi wa zehi soko de hatarakitai.
I would really like to work there.
Example #2

zehi, kondo uchi e asobi ni kite kudasai.
Definitely please come over to hang out sometime.
Example #3

kanojo wa zehi soko e ikitai to itta.
She said that she was eager to go there.
Example #4

nihon ni kitara, zehi renraku shite kudasai.
If you ever come to Japan, be sure to let me know!
Example #5

betonamu ni ryokou shitara, zehi foo o tabete mitai desu.
If I ever go to Vietnam, I would like to try eating Pho noodles.
Example #6

zehi sono eiga o miru beki desu.
You really must go see that movie!
Example #7

zehi okinawa e ikitai desu.
I would love to go to Okinawa.
Example #8

mata nihon ni kuru koto ga areba, zehi ie ni kite kudasai.
If you come to Japan again, please come to my house.

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