The expression ばあいは (
baai wa) means
in the event of,
in the case of,
in some cases.
It is used in the hypothetical sentence introduced by the conjunction
In this post we learn more about the meaning of ばあいは, how it is formed and when ばあいは is used through real example sentences.
How ad when 場合は is used
The expression 場合は is used in the context of the hypothetical, of the conditional, of the
of the possibility that.
It cannot be used for what has actually happened, but only to express a hypothesis that needs to be verified.
If A occurs or does not occur, ⇨ then B.
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How 場合は is formed
The expression 場合は is formed:
- by the noun 場合 meaning
- followed by the particle は
場合は is preceded by verbs, nouns and adjectives.
Example with the Verb Ichidan 遅れる
If you are late for school, you must contact the school.
The noun 風邪 means
flu and has the same pronunciation as 風 which means
Can I take a day off if I have a cold?
If the rent is high...
な Adjective: 必要な
Please call me if you need.
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The verb can be conjugated in various moods and forms; in the previous sentence, the suffix たい is used, which translates the verb
Grammatical particles following 場合
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Examples of 場合は
If it is not possible, I will cancel the order.
We find in the sentence the adverb もし
if which emphasises the condition expressed by 場合は.
In case of fire, call 119.
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