Japanese あがる grammar agaru
Let’s learn Japanese あがる grammar agaru :
Meaning and how to use :
Expressing the meaning of “the incident has reached its peak”.
Samukute tamaranainode karada ga furueagatta.
My body was trembling because it was unbearably cold.
Kanbatsu ga tsudzukeru node ike ga hiagatte shimatta.
Because the drought/ reed continued, the pond has dried up.
Hareagatta akizora ga kireidesu ne.
It was such beautifully clear autumn sky!
Samusa ni karada ga chidjimiagatta.
It was so cold that my body shrank. /Because of the cold, my body shrank.
Kawa ga hiagatte seikatsu wa totemo konnan desu.
Because the river has dried up, people’s lives are very hard.
Note: This structure is often used with certain verbs.
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