Japanese ことになっている grammar kotoninatteiru

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Let’s learn Japanese ことになっている grammar kotoninatteiru :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Expressing the meaning : “according to the rules set out …”. Indicating that a rule binds people, from daily life rules or formal regulations such as law.


Kisoku dewa, sensei no kyoka ga naito kono heya ni hairanai koto ni natte iru.
According to the rule, without teacher ‘s permission, this room cannot be entered.

Kono gakkoude wa mainichi jugyou wo souji suru koto wa gakusei ni makaseru koto ni natte iru.
At this school, the students are supposed to clean the classes everyday.

Mainichi atokatadzukeru hito wa watashi no shimai to iu koto ni natte iru.
I and my sister are supposed to clean up everyday.

Kono kaishade wa shachou no meirei wo shinai hito wa sugu ni kubi ni naru koto ni natte imasu.
In this company, the person who does not follow the director’s orders will immediately be fired.

Kaigi no shorui wo koppii suru hito wa tanaka san to iu koto ni natte imasu.
Mr. Tanaka is supposed to photo the document for the meeting.

Note: This can be the continuation status of the conclusion or the result of the sentence pattern「…ことになる」

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