Japanese grammar ずくめ zukume

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Let’s learn Japanese grammar ずくめ zukume :

JLPT level : N1

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Expresses the meaning “there are always those things..”. Often translated as “always”.


Mainichi tairyoku ga youkyuu suru shigoto zukume o shi te iru kara, karada ha itsumo tsukare te iru.
I do physical works everyday so my body is always tired.

Kare ha shiroi fuku zukume ki te iru.
He always wears white clothes.

Saikin, ii koto zukume okotte i te, hontouni saiwai da.
Good things have been happening to me often lately, I’m really lucky.

Sensei ha kurasu zenin ni omoshiroi koto zukume hanashi te i masu.
The teacher always tell interesting stories to our class.

Watashi tachi no gakkou ha kibishi sa de yuumei da. Kounai de ha kisoku zukume da.
Our school is famous for its strictness. There are rules everywhere.

This structure can’t be used with some nouns like 「赤ずくめ」、「本ずくめ」。

Related structures :

above is Japanese grammar ずくめ zukume. if you don’t understand the signs we used in fomation, you can find their meaning here : signs used in Japanese grammar structures.

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