Japanese と…た grammar to…ta
Let’s learn Japanese と…た grammar to…ta:
Meaning and how to use :
Describe the meaning “When the previous event is taking place, the speaker is aware of the following event or the previous event is the cause of the following event”
Koko kara massugu itte kousaten ni tsuku to midari ni magatte toshokan ga atta.
Go straight to the intersection from here then turn left, you will see the library.
Heya ni hairu to soto ha watashi no namae wo yobu koe ga shita.
When I entered the room, I heard a voice calling my name from outside.
Ie ni kaeru to Tanaka san ga kyuuji ga arunode hayaku modoshiro to denwa wo kakemashita.
When I came back home, Mr. Tanaka called me to get back quickly because there was an emergency.
Koko kara jidousha de juugo fun gurai iku to touchaku shita.
It is about 15 minutes to arrive there from here by car.
Shokuryou ni kai ni ikuto reizouko de tappuri aru koto ni kizuita.
When I went to buy food, I noticed that there was plenty of food in the refrigerator.
Note: When talking about the sense of body, we don’t use「と」 but use「たら」. In most cases, we use verbs in both sides of the sentence, but we can also use nouns or adjectives when detecting a certain situation.
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