Japanese を経てをへて grammar wohete

Japanese を経てをへて grammar wohete
Japanese を経てをへて grammar wohete

Japanese を経てをへて grammar wohete :

JLPT level : N1

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Expresses the meaning “going through a period of time or a location, space..”


Ichi nen o he te kanojo ni ichi do mo ae nai.
It’s been a year since the last time I saw her.

Kare ha daigaku o he te taishikan ni moushikomi todoke o teishutsu suru.
He sent his application to the embassy through colleges.

Kangae te iru hantoshi o he te, chichi ha saigo no kettei o dashi ta.
After half a year of thinking, my father has made his final decision.

Yoroppa o he te, amerika ni iki masu.
Go to America through Europe.

Iroiro na konnan o he te, mokuteki o tassei suru.
I’ve been through a lot of obstacles to get to the goal.

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