Japanese に向けて grammar nimukete

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Let’s learn Japanese に向けて grammar nimukete :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Expresses the meaning “target N”. N usually is an event.
For example

undou taikai ni muke te kurou ni renshuu shi te tairyoku wo koujou shi te i mashi ta
I have practiced, improved my physical strength for the sport Games.

joukyuu kaigi ni muke te iroiro na jumbi ga totonotu ta
Various preparations have been made for the advanced conference.

nippongo nouryoku shiken ni muke te juubun ni renshuu shi mashi ta
I have practiced well for the JLPT.

kondo no moto wo shoukai suru kai ni muke te iroiro shiryou wo tsukuri mashi ta
I have made document aiming for the meeting to introduce the next book.

kuruma ni muke te shoutai jou wo kubari mashi ta
I have sent invitation cards for the car festival.

Above is Japanese に向けて (にむけて、nimukete) grammar nimukete. If you don’t understand the signs we used in formation, you can find their meaning here : signs used in Japanese grammar structures.

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