Japanese に面して grammar nimenshite

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Let’s learn Japanese に面して grammar nimenshite :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Expressing the meaning “having a space looking towards N”. Following is the noun that indicates the place.


Umi ni menshite ichiryuuna hoteruruumu ga arimasu.
There is a first-class hotel room facing the sea.

Hiroba ni menshita kuukan ga hoshii.
I want space to look out on the square.

Watashi no heya wa umi ni menshite semai heyadesu.
My room is a small room overlooking the sea.

Kouen ni menshite kawaii ie ga kaitaidesu.
I want to buy a lovely house looking out at the park.

Tokyo tawaa ni menshita ruumu.
This is a room that faces Tokyo Tower.

Note: It can be used at the end of sentences in the form「に面している」.When modifying the noun, it is in the form「に面したN」

Above is Japanese に面して (にめんして、nimenshite) grammar nimenshite. if you don’t understand the signs we used in fomation, you can find their meaning here : signs used in Japanese grammar structures.

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