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「Learn Japanese」 ~はずだった as “should have/was supposed to~ (but didn’t)” (~はず Grammar Patterns Pt. 2)

「Learn Japanese」 ~はずだった as “should have~ (but didn’t), was supposed to~ (but didn’t), etc.” (Past-tense):

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The ~はずです grammar pattern is one of the trickiest when it comes to past-tense conjugation because not only can you conjugate the WORD you use with the phrasing はずです to form the grammar pattern but you can also choose to conjugate the phrasing はずです itself. You can even form a double conjugation of sorts.

Construction:
Plain-Past-Form-VERB + はずです = “suppose to be/should be that VERBed”
Plain-Present-Form-VERB + はずだった = “suppose to be/should be that VERBed (but did not)”

As shown in the examples above, when the WORD used with the grammar pattern ~はずです is conjugated into the past-tense, it does not affect the grammar pattern’s meaning of “should be~, suppose to~, reason to believe~, etc.” However, when the phrasing はずです itself is conjugated into the past-tense (e.g. はずだった), this form adds on the implication that the speaker’s expectations did not come true and expresses a degree of regret or dissatisfaction.
*This however does not mean that instances of this grammar pattern that conjugate the WORD instead of はずですinto the past-tense express expectations that always come true. Quite the contrary, as phrases such as のに, なんだけど, なんですが are commonly used in conjunction with this grammar pattern to tackle on the meaning of “should’ve been~, but wasn’t…” And of course, another way to tell if the expectation did not come true is if the person who performs the action is the speaker themselves, as that would mean things did not occur as they had expected.

Example(s):
傘を持ってきたはずなのに。。。
Kesa o motte kita hazu na no ni…
“I thought I brought my umbrella, but… (it turns out I didn’t)”
*Note how the simple inclusion of のに confirms that the expectation was not met and there is now resulting dissatisfaction

彼女は先に行ったはずだ。
Kanojo wa saki ni itta hazu da
“She must have gone ahead.”
*Conversely, note how in this example, although the VERB word is conjugated into the past-tense, with the absence of のに or some other such phrasing, what the speaker is expecting still very well may actually be true

私たちは楽しい時を過ごすはずだった。
Watashitachi wa tanoshii toki o sugosu hazu datta
“We were supposed to have a good time (but didn’t)”
*And finally, note how in this example, the presence of だった affirms that the expectation was not met, grammatically (and quite literally) making said expectation a thing of the past that has now been replaced with dissatisfaction

彼女は一時までに電話するはずだ。
“She’s suppose to call by 1 o’clock/I expect she’ll call by 1 o’clock.”
彼女は一時までに電話したはずだ。
“I expect she called by 1 o’clock.”
彼女は一時までに電話するはずだった。
“She was supposed to call by 1 o’clock (but she didn’t).”
彼女は一時までに電話したはずなのに。。。
“It should be that she had called by 1 o’clock, but… (she didn’t)”
彼女は一時までに電話したはずだった。
“She was supposed to have called by 1 o’clock (but she didn’t)“
*Note that the final two essentially have the same meaning, though latter expresses more dissatisfaction due to the inclusion of だった in はずだった

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