Japanese たところで grammar tatokorode

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Let’s learn Japanese たところで grammar tatokorode :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Describing the meaning “at the moment the action is taking place, another action interrupts”


Chichi ha ie wo souji shiat tokoro de taoreteshimatta.
My father fell down when he was cleaning the house.

Watashi ha ryouri wo tsukutta tokoro de tomodachi ga asobi ni kimashita.
My friend came to play when I was cooking.

Utattatokoro de zatsu on ga haitteshimatta.
When I was singing, the noise got in.

Iken wo nobeta tokoro de kare ga saegitta.
He interrupted when I was expressing my opinion.

Gakkou ni ittatokoro de ayashii otoko ga watashi ni kizuite hanashi kaketa.
When I was going to school, a suspicious man approached and talked to me.

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