JLPT N3 Grammar (ippou da)


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Verb (dictionary form)一方だ
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Example #1

saikin, kono machi no jinkou wa heru ippou da.
This town's population has been decreasing lately.
Example #2

nihon ni kuru gaikokujin no kazu wa fueru ippou da.
The number of foreigners coming to Japan continues to increase.
Example #3

koutsuu jiko wa fueru ippou da.
Traffic accidents have been on the rise.
Example #4

watashi wa zenzen benkyou shite inai node, seiseki wa sagaru ippou da.
I never study and so my grades just keep dropping.
Example #5

nihon no jinkou wa kono mama da to genshou suru ippou da to omoimasu.
With Japan's population situation as it is, I think it will just continue to decline.
Example #6

koukoku o dashite iru no ni, o kyaku san wa heru ippou da.
Despite advertising, the number of customers is decreasing.
Example #7

zouzei ni yori, seikatsu wa kurushiku naru ippou da.
Tax increases are making life harder.
Example #8

chikyuu kankyou wa, nennen warukunaru ippou da.
The global environment is getting worse year after year.
Example #9

isha ni dasareta kusuri o nondeiru noni, yoku naru dokoro ka, shoujou ga hidoku naru ippou da yo.
Even though I'm taking the medicine my doctor gave me, I am not getting better. On the contrary, my symptoms keep getting worse.

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