JLPT N4 文法解説 「~でしょう」




Represents a prediction of the future. (Something that cannot be clearly determined.)

V(普通形) + でしょう
いadj(普通形) + でしょう
なadj(普通形) + でしょう 
N(普通形) + でしょう 


 It is often used by experts based on their knowledge and analysis.

   The casual form of "deshou" is "darou.


 Monday will be sunny.

 Tuesday will be rainy.

 Wednesday will be cloudy.

 Strong winds will blow over Tokyo in the afternoon.

 It will be warm in Osaka.

 It will rain in Fukuoka.

 It will snow in Hokkaido.

 It will be a beautiful day in Okinawa.

 It's just a cold.

 The fever will continue.

 You will be cured after taking the medicine.

 It's probably not a bad disease.

 It will get better in a few days.

 The number of elderly people in Japan will increase in the future.

 There will be fewer children in Japan in the future.

 In Japan, prices will be higher in the future.

 If I run, will I make it?
 You won't be able to run in time.

 If I drop it, will it break?
 If you drop it, it won't break.

 Will you go back to your country after graduation?
 You won't go back to your country after graduation.

 If it rains, will there be a game?
 Even if it rains, there will be a game.

 Do you quit if it's too hard?
 You won't stop even if it's hard.