JLPT N3 Grammar (moshika shitara)

Meaning

perhaps; maybe; perchance; by any chance~

How to use

もしかしたら
もしかすると
phrase + かもしれない
moshika shitara もしかしたら jlpt n3 grammar meaning 文法 例文 japanese flashcards

Learn Japanese grammar: (moshika shitara) & ( moshika suru to ). Meaning: perhaps; maybe; perchance; by any chance~.

This is mostly used in combination with .


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Example #1

もしかしたら、あしたいけないかもしれない。
moshika shitara, ashita ikenai kamo shirenai.
I might not be able to come tomorrow.
Example #2

もしかしたらびょうきかもしれない。
moshika shitara byouki kamoshirenai.
I might be sick.
Example #3

もしかしたらかれはきがかわるかもしれません。
moshika shitara kare wa ki ga kawaru kamoshire masen.
He might change his mind.
Example #4

もしかするとかれのはなしはうそかもしれない。
moshika suruto kare no hanashi wa uso kamo shirenai.
It's possible his story may be a lie.
Example #5

もしかするとあそこにすわっているひとはゆうめいなひとかもしれない。
moshika suruto asoko ni suwatte iru hito wa yuumei na hito kamo shirenai.
That person sitting there could be a celebrity.
Example #6

もしかしたらかれはかいしゃをやめたかもしれない。
moshika shitara kare wa kaisha o yameta kamoshirenai.
Perhaps he has quit his job.
Example #7

もしかしたらきょうかのじょにあえるかもしれない。
moshika shitara kyou kanojo ni aeru kamoshirenai.
I might be able to meet her today.
Example #8

もしかすると、それはにせものかもしれない。
moshika suruto, sore wa nisemono kamo shirenai.
That might be a fake.

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