Japanese いご grammar igo

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Let’s learn Japanese いご grammar igo :

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


Juu ji i go koko ni deru nante damedesu.
You are not allowed to leave this place after 10 o’clock.

Ano jiko i go, Yamada-san no sugata ga mieru hito wa inai.
After that accident, no one sees Yamada.

Ano hi i go, mou Tanaka-san ni aenai.
After that day, I can’t meet Mr. Tanaka anymore.

Gogo juuichi ji i go, ryou ni ireru koto ni narimasu.
After 11 o’clock it is impossible to enter the dormitory.

Nihon ni kita igo mou ano hito to renraku shimasen.
After coming to Japan, I no longer contacted this person.

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