Japanese grammar こと koto

Japanese grammar こと koto

Let’s learn Japanese grammar こと koto :

JLPT level : N4

Formation :

N+のこと
Aな+こと
Aい+こと
Vる/Vた+こと

Meaning and how to use :

1. Change clause/sentence before it to a noun. The thing that…, the matter that…

あの人のことを知りますか。
Ano hito no koto o shiri masu ka.
Do you know anything about that man ?

日本に行ったことがありますか。
nippon ni itta koto ga ari masu ka.
Have you ever been to Japan?

金子さんは好きなことありますか。
kaneko san ha suki na koto ari masu ka.
Does Mrs.Kaneko anything ?

日本語の難しいことは何ですか。
nihongo no muzukashii koto ha nani desu ka.
What is the most difficult thing in Japanese?

富士山を登ったことありますか。
fujisan o nobotta koto ari masu ka.
Have you ever climbed mout Fuji?

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