JLPT N4 Grammar (dasu)

Meaning

to suddenly begin; to suddenly appear

How to use

Verb ます (stem form)出す
だす
dasu 出す だす jlpt n4 grammar meaning 文法 例文 japanese flashcards

Learn Japanese grammar: 【だす】(dasu). Meaning: to suddenly begin; to suddenly appear.

This can be used in combination with most verbs to express a more “suddenness” or “spontaneity” to the action.

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- Example Sentences

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Example #1

あめがきゅうにふりだした。
ame ga kyuu ni furi dashita.
It suddenly started raining.
Example #2

かれはみせからとびだした。
kare wa mise kara tobi dashita.
He dashed out of the store.
Example #3

こうちょうしつへよびだされた。
kouchoushitsu e yobi dasareta.
I was called into the principal's office.
Example #4

それをはこびだしてくれますか。
sore o hakobi dashite kuremasu ka?
Would you please carry that out for me?
Example #5

ちょうしょくごすぐにとびだした。
choushoku go sugu ni tobi dashita.
I dashed out right after breakfast.
Example #6

かれのはなしをきいて、ついわらいだしてしまった。
kare no hanashi o kiite, tsui warai dashite shimatta.
I burst out laughing when I heard his story.
Example #7

かれをよびだしてもよいですか?
kare o yobi dashite mo yoi desu ka?
Would it be alright if I called him?
Example #8

そのファンはアイドルにあえたよろこびのあまり、なきだした。
sono fan wa aidoru ni aeta yorokobi no amari, nakidashita.
That fan was so overcome with joy from meeting their idol that they started bursting out crying.
Example #9

かれはちょっとまえまではわらっていたが、すぐになきだしてしまった。
kare wa chotto mae made wa waratte ita ga, sugu ni naki dashite shimatta.
He was smiling until just a moment ago when he burst out crying.

Vocabulary List

KanjiKanaEnglish
あめrain
出すだすto take out; to get out; to put out; to reveal
会うあうto meet; to encounter; to see
まえprevious; before; in front; ago

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