Japanese いご grammar igo

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Let’s learn Japanese いご grammar igo :

Formation :

Nいご

Meaning and how to use :

Describing the time after an event occurs or after a certain time.

Examples:

10時いごここを出るなんてだめです。
Juu ji i go koko ni deru nante damedesu.
You are not allowed to leave this place after 10 o’clock.

あの事故いご、山田さんの姿が見える人はいない。
Ano jiko i go, Yamada-san no sugata ga mieru hito wa inai.
After that accident, no one sees Yamada.

あの日いご、もう田中さんに会えない。
Ano hi i go, mou Tanaka-san ni aenai.
After that day, I can’t meet Mr. Tanaka anymore.

午後11時いご、寮に入れることになります。
Gogo juuichi ji i go, ryou ni ireru koto ni narimasu.
After 11 o’clock it is impossible to enter the dormitory.

日本に来たいごもうあの人と連絡しません。
Nihon ni kita igo mou ano hito to renraku shimasen.
After coming to Japan, I no longer contacted this person.

Above is Japanese いご grammar igo. If you don’t understand the signs we used in formation, you can find their meaning here : signs used in Japanese grammar structures.

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