Japanese ことがある grammar kotogaaru

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Let’s learn Japanese ことがある grammar kotogaaru :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Describe the meaning “have done something in the past”.


Amerika ni ryokou shita koto ga arimasu.
I have traveled to the United States.

Shushou ni me ni kakatta koto gaarimasu.
I have met the prime minister.

Nihonnouryoku shiken wo ukeshita koto ga arimasu.
I have taken the Japanese language proficiency test.

Gaikoku ni itta koto ga arimasen.
I have never been to any foreign country.

Izen kono uta wo kiita koto ga arimasen.
I have never heard this song before.

+) You can also use the form:「+だった」
+) This structure is also used in the form「Vなかったことがある」 or「…しなかった」 to talk about something that you haven’t done.

Above is Japanese grammar ことがある. In case 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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