JLPT N3 Grammar (tatoeba)

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Learn Japanese grammar: 【たとえば】(tatoeba). Meaning: for example; for instance~.

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Example #1

nihon no tabemono wa oishii desu. tatoeba, sushi wa sugoku oishii!
Japanese food is delicious, for example, sushi is so delicious!
Example #2

watashi ni wa takusan shumi ga aru. tatoeba sakana tsuri, tozan desu.
I have many hobbies, fishing and climbing for example.
Example #3

watashi wa tatoeba itaria ya supein nado gaikoku e ikitai.
I want to go abroad, for instance, to Italy and Spain.
Example #4

gaikoku, tatoeba amerika e itta koto ga arimasu ka?
Have you visited any foreign countries, say America?
Example #5

kare wa fushigina seibutsu, tatoeba hebi no you na seibutsu ga suki desu.
He likes strange animals, things like snakes, for example.
Example #6

watashi wa urusai ongaku wa suki dewa nai. tatoeba rokku no youna.
I don't like noisy music, such as rock.
Example #7

nihon dewa kirei na toshi ga takusan arimasu. tatoeba kyouto, nara da.
Japan is full of beautiful cities. Kyoto and Nara, for example.
Example #8

kare no heya ni iron na mono ga aru. tatoeba, geemuki, jimu no mono nado.
There are various things in his room. For example, game consoles, gym items, etc.

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