SEPTEMBER 2021 (VOL.167)
Komaru means “to have a hard time”
What should I do?
Nani ni komatte iru no?
What is your problem?
Kyoukasho wo wasureta.
I forgot my textbook.
Sore wa komatta ne.
Oh, that’s a problem.
Sensei ni okoraresou~.
Teacher will be mad at me.
Watashi no wo issho ni miyou!
We can share mine.
Komaru koto naiyo!
|have a hard time||have a hard time (polite)||had a hard time||had a hard time (polite)||be having a hard time||was having a hard time||have had a hard time||want to have a hard time|
|positive||Komaru||Komarimasu||Komatta||Komari mashita||Komatte iru||Komatte ita||Komatta koto ga aru||Komari tai|
|negative||Komaranai||Komarimasen||Komaranakatta||Komarimasen deshita||Komatte inai||Komatte inakatta||Komatta koto ga nai||Komari takunai|
Okane niwa komaranai.
No need to worry about money.
Kyuujuu-sai no obaachan to sunde imasu ga, nanimo komatta koto ga nai.
We live with 90-year-old grand-ma, but we don’t have any trouble.
Inu ga urusakute komari mashita.
I had a hard time because dog was loud.
Michi ni mayotte komatte ita.
I was having a hard time because I lost way.
Nihongo ga hanasenai kedo Nihon de komaranakatta.
I did not have hard time even though I cannot speak Japanese.