JLPT N1 Grammar (aete)

Meaning

dare to; daringly; deliberately; purposely ~

How to use

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aete 敢えて あえて jlpt n1 grammar meaning 文法 例文 japanese flashcards

Learn Japanese grammar: 【あえて】(aete). Meaning: dare to; daringly; deliberately; purposely (something needless, unexpected or seemingly counterproductive); intentionally ~.

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- Example Sentences

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Example #1

かれはあえてひとりでいくきですか。
kare wa aete hitori de iku kidesu ka.
Dare he go alone?
Example #2

わたしはあえてかのじょにちゅうこくした。
watashi wa aete kanojo ni chuukoku shita.
I ran a risk of advising her.
Example #3

あえてかれのいけんをしじした。
aete kare no iken o shiji shita.
I dared to support his opinion.
Example #4

わたしは、あえてかれにでんわをしない。
watashi wa, aete kare ni denwa o shinai.
I don't dare call him.
Example #5

そのときかのじょはあえてなにもいわなかった。
sono toki kanojo wa aete nanimo iwanakatta.
At that time, she didn't dare say anything.
Example #6

せいしゃいんじゃなく、あえてアルバイトとしてはたらくひともおおいです。
seishain janaku, aete arubaito toshite hataraku hito mo ooi desu.
Many people dare to work part-time jobs instead work as a full-time employee.
Example #7

わたしだったらそれをおもいのままいうようなことはあえてしない。
watashi dattara sore o omoi no mama iu youna koto wa aete shinai.
If it were me, I wouldn't dare say it exactly as I think outright.
Example #8

さいきんは、くるまじゃなくてあえてじてんしゃでつうきんするひとがふえている。
saikin wa, kuruma janakute aete jitensha de tsuukin suru hito ga fueteiru.
Lately, people who dare to commute by bicycles instead of cars are increasing.

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