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Mimi Kara N2 Grammar: 得る (eru / uru)

Mimi Kara N2 Grammar: 得る (eru / uru)

25: 得る (eru / uru)

Meaning: Possibly, potentially

How to use: Vます (delete ます) + 得る

Example sentences:

In this crisis, large businesses may also have to go bankrupt.

Is that decent man the culprit!? There’s no way that could happen.

It’s unbelievable that the stock price has dropped so much, I have already lost a lot.

I tried every method I could think of, but it didn’t help.

Grammar: やむを得ない (yamu wo enai)

Meaning: Inevitable, reluctant

Example sentences:

Because he had a fever of 39 degrees, he was reluctant to be absent.

I was hospitalized due to an accident, so I had no choice but to ask a junior to do the work.

Due to force majeure, the house payment is delayed.