JLPT N4 Grammar (wa~ga... wa)


[A] but [B]; however; comparison

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Learn Japanese grammar: (wa~ga… wa). Meaning: [A] but [B]; however; comparison.

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Example #1

hiragana wa kakemasu ga, kanji wa kakemasen.
I can write hiragana, but I cannot write kanji.
Example #2

watashi wa neko ga suki desu ga inu wa amari suki janai.
I like cats, but I don't really like dogs.
Example #3

kanojo wa bijin da ga atama wa yokunai.
She is beautiful but not very smart.
Example #4

kare wa sainou ga aru ga, keiken wa hotondo nai.
He has talent, but almost no experience.
Example #5

nihon ni kita toki wa sabishikatta ga, ima wa tomodachi ga dekite tanoshiku narimashita.
I was lonely when I came to Japan, but now I have some friends and it has become fun.
Example #6

ima no shigoto wa isogashii desu ga, kyuuryou wa takai kara ganbatte tsudukemasu.
My current job is busy, but my salary is high so I will keep working hard.
Example #7

bukka wa agatte iru ga, kyuuryou wa kawaranai kara seikatsu wa taihen ni natta.
Prices are going up, but my salary hasn't changed, so life is getting difficult.
Example #8

kare wa meeru de iron na hito to hanashite iru ga hito no mae wa kinchou suru kara shaberenai.
He talks to many people by message, but gets nervous in front of people and cannot speak.

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