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Grammar detail: 〜ばいいのに

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JLPT:
〜ばいいのに - I wish ~, I hope ~, if only ~
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verb ば form
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adjective ば form
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いいのに
means
I wish〜
or
I hope〜
or
If only〜
あした
明日
あめ
れば
いいのに
I hope it rains tomorrow.
かれ
けんかやめてくれればいいのに
I wish they would stop fighting.
もっと
わか
ければ
いいのに
I wish I were younger.
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See also:
  • ば conditional form - if

Kanji used in this grammar

メイ   ミョウ   あかり light   あかるい bright   あかるむ to brighten   あからむ to become luminous (at dawn)   あきらか obvious   あかす to lay bare   あ to open   あける to empty   
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ニチ   ジツ   sun; day   ひ    -か    
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ウ   あめ    あま- rain   
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コウ   おりる to get off   おろす to drop off   ふ to fall (eg rain)   
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ヒ   かれ he   
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ジャク   ニャク   わか young   もしくは or   
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