Japanese ていく grammar teiku
Let’s learn Japanese ていく grammar teiku :
Meaning and how to use :
Describing the situation that an action or transformation will continue to progress toward the future by taking a certain time as a benchmark and calculating it after that time.
Kanojo to kekkon shita nochi, kono shigoto wo shite iku tsumoridesu.
I will continue doing this work after marrying her.
Ano gaka wa yuumei ni natte iku.
That painter becomes more famous.
Kono wadai wo kenkyuu shite iku tsumorida.
I am going to continue studying this topic.
Ano sensei kara ii koto wo naratte iku.
I am going to learn more from that teacher.
Nani ka konnan na koto ga atte mo kono michi wo ayunde iku.
No matter how difficult it is, I am going to keep on walking this way.
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