Japanese かけの grammar kakeno

Japanese かけの grammar kakeno
Japanese かけの grammar kakeno

Let’s learn Japanese かけの grammar kakeno :

JLPT level : N3

Formation :

Vます(remove ます)+かけの+N

Meaning and how to use :

“in progress of doing something”. There are cases that conscious action is halfdone, there are also cases that unconscious action is halfdone.
For example

Kono bin wa watashi no nomi kake no bīru da.
I am drinking beer in this can.

reizōko ni tabekake no ryōri o ire ta.
I put the partially eaten food into the frigde.

kono ami kake no mafurā ga dekiru to, kareshi ni ageru
if the sweater that I’m knitting is done, i will give it to my boyfriend.

kyō gakkō kara ie ni kaerikake no toki, shinro o kaeru.
Today when i was on the road home, I changed the route.

terebi o mikake no toki, nani ni iware te mo ki o tsuke nai.
When I am watching TV, whatever other say I will ignore.

Related structures :

かける kakeru
かけだ kakeda
かけの kakeno

above is Japanese かけの grammar kakeno. 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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