Japanese てくる grammar tekuru

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Let’s learn Japanese てくる grammar tekuru :

Japanese てくる grammar tekuru

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Meaning and how to use :

Describing the meaning that a change of state occurring or an action that extends from the past to the present.


1. 若いときからずっとこの家に住んでくる。
Wakai toki kara zutto kono-ka ni sunde kuru.
I have lived in this house since I was young.

2. 私が2年前から日本語を勉強してくる。
Watashi ga ni nen mae kara nihongo wo benkyou shite kuru.
I have been studying Japanese for 2 years.

3. 大学生時代から今までこの携帯電話を使ってくる。
Daigakusei jidai kara imamade kono geitaidenwa wo tsukatte kuru.
I have used this mobile phone from college days until now.

4. 彼に出会ったときから私の人生は色づいてくる。
Kare ni deatta toki kara watashinojinsei wa irodzuite kuru.
My life has changed since I met him.

5. 5歳のときから今までも春に来るとアレルギーになってくる。
Go sai no toki kara ima made mo haru ni kuru to arerugii ni natte kuru.
Since 5 years old until now, every time when spring comes, I have allergies.

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