JLPT N3 Grammar (naosu)


to do something again; to do over

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Verb ます (stem form)直す
naosu 直す なおす jlpt n3 grammar meaning 文法 例文 japanese flashcards

Learn Japanese grammar: 【なおす】(naosu). Meaning: to do something again.

直す (naosu) means to fix. Adding this after a verb in stem form expresses doing something again in order to fix something.

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Example #1

kono sakubun wa misu ga ooi kara, kakinaoshita hou ga ii yo.
This essay has a lot of mistakes, so you should do a rewrite.
Example #2

kare ni denwa o kake naosu you ni onegai shite moraemasu ka.
Could you ask him to call me back?
Example #3

watashi wa sono shigoto o yarinaosu koto ni naru.
I ended up having to do that job over again.
Example #4

ie ga furukute kita node, tatenaosou to omotte imasu.
This house is starting to get old, so I am thinking to have it rebuilt.
Example #5

anata wa sono houhou o wakari yasuku kakinaosu beki desu.
You should rewrite that methodology so that it is easier to understand.
Example #6

kare wa jinsei o mou ichido yarinaosu kesshin o shita.
He decided to start his life over again.
Example #7

sono teian wa mou ichido minaoshite kudasai.
Please review your proposal one more time.
Example #8

tenshoku o kangaete ita ga, senpai no hanashi o kiite, kangaenaosu koto ni shita.
I was thinking about changing jobs, but after listening to my senior, I decided to reconsider.

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