Japanese にむかって grammar nimukatte

Japanese にむかって grammar nimukatteJapanese にむかって grammar nimukatte width=

Let’s learn Japanese にむかって grammar nimukatte :

Formation :

Nにむかって

Meaning and how to use :

Express the meaning: an object is moving towards a certain direction in space.

Examples:

この電車は青森に向かっています。
Kono densha wa Aomori ni mukatte imasu.
This train is heading towards Aomori.

ミスした彼は積極的な方向に向かっています。
Misu shita kare wa sekkyoku-tekina houkou ni mukatte imasu.
He who made mistake is heading towards the positive direction.

飛行機はロンドンに向かって飛んでいます。
Hikouki wa Rondon ni mukatte tonde imasu.
The plane is flying towards London.

あの人は私のお宅に向かって歩いています。
Ano hito wa watashi no otaku ni mukatte aruite imasu.
This person is walking towards my house.

北海道に行きたかったら北に向かって出発しよう。
Hokkaidou ni ikitakattara kita ni mukatte shuppatsu shiyou.
If you want to go to Hokkaido, start heading towards the North.

Written above is the Japanese grammar にむかって . In case you don’t understand the signs we used in the formation, you can find out their meaning in this post: signs used in Japanese grammar structures.

You can search for the structure you want by using the search tool on our website (using key phrase : grammar + ‘structure name’ or you can find more about Japanese grammar structures in the following category : Japanese grammar dictionary

Stay with us on :
Facebook - Twitter - Pinterest - Reddit

Leave a Reply