Japanese 後(あと) grammar ato

Japanese 後(あと) grammar ato
Japanese 後(あと) grammar ato

Let’s learn Japanese 後(あと) grammar ato :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Describe the meaning “at the behind of something.” saying “…あとにして” is a proverb, means “leave”.

For example

Itsunomanika watashi no nochi, kare ga tatte i masu.
He stood behind me when I was unnoticable.

shiroi megane o kake te iru hito no nochi, uchi no wan chan no inu ga iru.
Behind the man wearing white glasses is my dog Wan.

kyaku ga kae ta nochi, iroiro na ii shouhin ga nokotte iru.
Many good goods are left behind the customers.

2. Express the meaning “after that”. After an event finishs, another one begins.
Only used with:

For example

kaetta nochi, watashi ha terebi o mi masu.
After I had come home, I watched TV.

nihongo nouryoku shiken o goukaku shi ta nochi, watashi ha nippon de no ii shigoto o mitsuke mashi ta.
After passing JLPT, I got a good job in Japan.

gohan o tabe ta nochi, benkyou ni iki masu.
After I had had meal, I went to school.

Related structures :

あと ato
あとから atokara

above is Japanese 後(あと) grammar ato. 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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