Japanese と grammar to
Let’s learn Japanese と grammar to :
Meaning and how to use :
Describe a habit or someone’s action that are repeated. It is often used with adverbs that describe habits or repetitions such as「必ず」、「いつも」、「毎年」、「よく」
Kare ha hanasu toitsumo skka- nado nitsuite hanashimasu.
He always talks about soccer whenever he talks.
Anohito ha asobi ni ikuto kanarazu watahsi no ie ni ikimasu.
That person definitely goes to my house whenever he goes out to play.
Dore ga ii ka to kikareruto itsumo “dochirademo ii” tokotaemasu.
I always answer “Either is fine.” whenever I am asked which one was better.
Haha ga kaimoni ni ikuto ba-gen de shouhin wo kaimasu.
My mother buys goods at a bargain price whenever she goes shopping.
Kono matsuri toiuto mainen onaji keishiki de okonawareru.
This festival is held in the same format every year.
Note: Unlike the way of speaking that describes the meaning “general conditions” in section 1, this way of speaking describes a certain subject and at the end of the sentence, we can use た-form or dictionary form.
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