Japanese のところ grammar notokoro

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Let’s learn Japanese のところ grammar notokoro :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Describe a state of time in the present. Often translated as “now, this time, recently”.


Genzai no tokoro, kono chiisai machi no jinkou ha ichimanen ni tasseishimashita.
At the moment, the population of this small town has reached 10,000.

Ima no tokoro, sanka sha ha hyakunin da.
At present, there are 100 participants.

Saikin no tokoro, hanzai suru shounen ga ookunarimasu.
Recently, more and more boys have committed crimes.

Ima no tokoro, kare no byoujou ha yokunarimasu.
His condition is getting better for now.

Genzai no tokoro, kono chihou ha jishin toka tsunami toka iroiro na tensai ni atteimasu.
At present, this region is experiencing many natural disasters such as earthquakes, tsunamis…

Note: This structure usually comes with nouns indicating “now” (Ex: 今、現在、この )

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