JLPT N3 Grammar (wake da)


for that reason; no wonder; as you’d expect; the fact is; so you mean ~

How to use

Verb (casual)わけだ
Noun + である
な-adjective + な
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Learn Japanese grammar: (wake da). Meaning: for that reason; no wonder; as you’d expect; the fact is; so you mean ~.

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Example #1

mainichi gitaa o hiku kara jouzu ni hikeru wake da.
I'm good at playing guitar, because I play every day.
Example #2

atsui wake da. kion ga 36 do mo aru.
No wonder it feels so hot, it's 36 degrees (Celsius) out.
Example #3

「tte, shiranai wake?」
"You mean to say you don't know?"
Example #4

annani tabe tara futoru wake da.
Eating like that it's no wonder they'd gain weight.
Example #5

hontou no koto o iu to kare wa sono shigoto ni wa mukanakatta wake da.
To tell you the truth, he simply was not fit for the job.
Example #6

kanojo wa doubutsu ga kirai da kara inu o katta koto ga nai wakeda.
She doesn't like animals, so there's no way she's ever raised a dog.
Example #7

kare wa nihon ni 10 nen sundeiru kara, nihongo ga jouzu na wake da.
He's been living in Japan for 10 years so it's no wonder his Japanese is good.
Example #8

konna tokoro de kouji o shite ita noka. juutai suru wake da.
They are doing construction here, no wonder the roads were crowded..
Example #9

kono eakon wa 20 nen kan tsukatta no da. sore wa kowareru wake da ne.
This air conditioner was used for 20 years. It's no wonder it broke.

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