Japanese うえに grammar ueni

Japanese うえに grammar ueni
Japanese うえに grammar ueni

Let’s learn Japanese うえに grammar ueni :

JLPT level : N3

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

“there is a state, thing that is about to happen then one more state, thing also happen after that”. Usually means “In addition, moreover…”

For example

Kinō wa kion ga sagatta ue ni ōkina kaze mo furu node, totemo samuku kanjiru.
Yesterday the temperature got lower, moreover it was windy, so we feel very cold.

kotoshi kare wa taikai de kinmedaru o moratta ue ni kekkon mo dekiru nante hontōni saiwai na hito da.
He got a gold medal at the tournament this year, he also got married. How lucky.

anata wa yasashii ue ni, shinsetsu na node, minna ni kō kawareru.
You are both gentle and kind, so everybody loves you.

yamada kun wa iroiro na bungaku no hon o yomu ue ni, jibun no shōsetsu o kako u to omotte, hontōni bungaku ga suki na ko ne.
Yamada reads a lot of books of literature, he also intends to write novel, he really likes literature.

otōto wa haiyū de aru ue ni, yūmei na kashu de atte, hontōni megumareru sainō ga takusan aru.
My younger brother is both actor and famous singer, he is talented.

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