Japanese ことになる grammar kotoninaru

Japanese ことになる grammar kotoninaru
Japanese ことになる grammar kotoninaru

Let’s learn Japanese ことになる grammar kotoninaru :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

1. Describe the meaning “An event that has been decided before or a result in the future.”

Examples :

Rainen, nippon ni hatarai ni iku toiu koto ni naru.
Next year, I decide to work at Japan.

koko ha tabako o suwa nai toiu koto ni natta.
No smoking here.

kyou to ashita, erebētā o tsukatte ha ike nai koto ni naru.
We are not allowed to use the elevator today and tomorrow.

2. To find out the essence of something we need to stand in another point of view.

For example

kanojo to kekkon shi te kikoku suru no? ja, mou nippon ni modora nai koto ni naru no?
Are you going to marry her and then come back to your country? Does it mean you won’t come Japan anymore?

maria chan ha imouto desu. Kimi ha boku no itoko desu kara, maria chan nitotte kimi mo itoko desu.
Maria is my sister. You’re my counsin, that means you and she are counsin.

kotoshi no bon matsuri ha raishuu okonawareru. Kyonen yori ichi shuukan mo okureru koto ni naru.
Bon festival this year is held next week. It means a week later than the festival last year.

Related structures :

からなる karanaru
ことになる kotoninaru
そうになる souninaru
となる tonaru
となると tonaruto
ともなると tomonaruto
になる ninaru
になると ninaruto
お~になる o~ninaru

above is Japanese ことになる grammar kotoninaru. 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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