Japanese ては grammar teha
Let’s learn Japanese ては grammar teha :
Meaning and how to use :
Describe a repetitive action over the same time period.
Kare ha karaoke no toki, ikkyoku wo utatte ha suguni kansou wo happyoushimasu.
When he sings karaoke, he often immediately expresses his thoughts after singing a song.
Anohito ha shinbun wo 1 pe-ji yondeha watashi ni mita.
He kept looking at me after reading a page of newspaper.
Hon wo 1 pe-ji yondeha chotto imi wo kangaemasu.
I keep thinking about the meaning after reading a page of the book.
Sensei ha atarashii kotoa wo itte ha sono kotoba no imi wo setsumei shimasu.
The teacher keeps explaining the meaning of the new word after saying it out loud.
Ishida san ha kanji wo hitotsu benkyou shite ha oogoe de hatsuonshita..
Mr. Ishida kept pronouncing with a loud voice after studying a Kanji character.
Note: If this structure goes with「たものだ」, it means remembering about something that was repeated in the past.
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