Japanese たところが grammar tatokoroga

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Let’s learn Japanese たところが grammar tatokoroga :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Describe something that is contrary to hope, prediction.


Kyou ha ame da to omotta tokoro ga, hare da.
I thought it was raining today, but it was sunny.

Kare ha zehi iku to itta tokoro ga, watashi ga gozenchuu matteitanoni kare ga konai.
He said he would definitely come, but I waited for him in the morning and he hasn’t come yet.

Anohito ha dame da to ittatokoroga, hantai ni koudoushita.
He said it was impossible, but he acted opposite to what he said.

Tanaka san ha nando mo mina ni”chikokushinaidekudasai” to chuuishita tokoro ga, jibun ga mina ni sanjuppun mo matasemashita.
Mr. Tanaka reminded everyone many times that “Don’t be late”, but he kept everyone waiting for him for 30 minutes.

Asu yuki ga furu to omotta tokoro ga, nani mo nakatta.
I thought it would snow the day after, but there was nothing.

Note: You can’t omit the particle「が」.

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