JLPT N1 Vocabulary


unthinkable; unimaginable; very

JLPT N1 vocabulary list

Learn Japanese vocabulary: (tonda). Meaning: unthinkable; unimaginable; inconceivable; unexpected.

When used as an adverb the meaning is similar to “very”.

Type: Pre-noun adjectival, Adverb

Level: JLPT N1 Vocabulary

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Example #1

tonda sainan da!
What a catastrophe!
Example #2

tonda koto ni natta zo.
Things have gotten very serious.
Example #3

tonda koto o shite kureta.
What have you done!

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