Japanese grammar たびに tabini, tabi ni

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Let’s learn Japanese grammar たびに tabini, tabi ni :

JLPT level : N3

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Describe repetitive state. Means “Everytime..do…”

For example

Kikoku suru tabi ni, nippon ni iru tomodachi ni purezento o katte age masu.
Everytime I go back to my home country I buy my friends in Japan some presents.

gaishoku suru tabi ni, furansu resutoran ni ki masu.
Everytime I ate out I came to French restaurant.

ryokou no tabi ni, koinu o tonari no hito ni tanomu.
I have my neighbor take care of my dog everytime I travel

kono uta o kiku tabi ni, kokyou o omoidasu.
Everytime I hear this song I miss my country.

atarashii omocha o katte morau tabi ni, ano ko ha ureshiku te egao o suru.
Everytime the child has a new toy he smile happily

Note: this common way of speaking: このたび means “recently”

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