JLPT N3 Grammar (ppanashi)


leaving (something) on; leaving (something) still in use​

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Verb ます (stem form)っぱなし
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Learn Japanese grammar: (ppanashi). Meaning: leaving something in an improper state; leaving something on; leaving still in use.

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Example #1

kono doa wa itsumo ake ppanashi da.
This door is always left open.
Example #2

mizu o dashi ppanashi ni shinaide kudasai.
Please do not leave the water running.
Example #3

mado o ake ppanashi de dete kita.
I left the windows open when I went out.
Example #4

watashi wa 4 jikan tachi ppanashi deshita.
I stood for four hours straight.
Example #5

mata tsukai panashi janai! tsukai owattara katazukenasai tte, itsumo itteru deshou.
This is still left out again? I've told you countless times to clean this up after you are finished using it!
Example #6

arubaito ga isogashikute yasumu jikan ga nai. zutto tachi ppanashi de yatteiru.
My part-time job is busy with no time to rest. I'm standing the entire time.
Example #7

ano eiga wa san jikan chikaku mo atta kara, zutto suwari ppanashi de oshiri ga itaku natta.
That movie was close to 3 hours long and I my but hurts from sitting the entire time.
Example #8

yoru, doa o ake ppanashi de neteitara, dorobou ni hairarete shimatta.
Last night I left my door open and a robber came in while I slept.

Vocabulary List

状態じょうたいsituation; circumstance
出てきたでてきたwent out

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