Japanese grammar きる kiru

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Let’s learn Japanese grammar きる kiru :

JLPT level : N3

Formation :

V(ます)+きる

Meaning and how to use :

1.Describe the maximum state.

For example

いつも 疲れきっている顔で家に帰った。
Itsumo tsukarekitte iru kao de ie ni kaetta.
You always go home with exshauted face.

ママはいつも食べきれないぐらいの食べ物を作っている。
mama ha itsumo tabekire nai gurai no tabemono o tsukutte iru.
Mother is always cooking to many kind of dished that we can’t finish them.

「君のことが好き」と思い切り言った。
‘kimi no koto ga suki’ to omoikiri itta.
I took a lot of my and said “I like you”

無理なことをして疲れきってしまった。
muri na koto o shi te tsukarekitte shimatta.
I have overdone, so I’m exhausted.

10kmを走りきるのは大変だ。
10 km o hashirikiru no ha taihen da.
Finishing 10 km of running is terrible.

Related structures :

きれる、きれない, kireru, kirenai

above is Japanese grammar きる kiru. 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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