JLPT N5 Vocabulary

Definition:

to be troubled

JLPT N5 vocabulary list

Learn Japanese vocabulary: 【こまる】(komaru). Meaning: to be worried; to be troubled; to have difficulty.

Type: Verb, Godan verb, Intransitive verb

Level: JLPT N5 Vocabulary

- Example Sentences

Each example sentence includes a Japanese furigana reading, the romaji reading, and the English translation.

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Example #1

かれがこなかったらこまるね。
kare ga konakattara komaru ne.
I'm in trouble if he doesn't come.
Example #2

かのじょはこまっているひとをたすけた。
kanojo wa komatte iru hito o tasuketa.
She helped people in trouble.
Example #3

わたしたちはこまっていることがあります。
watashi tachi wa komatte iru koto ga arimasu.
We have something we are worried about.
Example #4

かのじょはおかねをこまっています。
kanojo wa okane o komatte imasu.
She is in trouble for money.
Example #5

あなたはこまったことがないですか?
anata wa komatta koto ga nai desu ka?
Isn't there anything worrying you?

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