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Japanese Grammar – The moment I opened the window, a strong wind came blowing in πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

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The moment I opened the window, a strong wind came blowing in

This is how to say The moment I opened the window, a strong wind came blowing in in Japanese with the correct grammar: γΎγ©γ‚’γ‚γ‘γŸ____γ€γ€γ‚ˆγ„γ‹γœγŒγ―γ„γ£γ¦γγŸγ€‚____, with the answer being “γ¨γŸγ‚“”. Here you will learn how to pronounce γ¨γŸγ‚“ correctly and in the comments below be able to read comments on how to understand this grammar & tips and explanations on the grammar subject. Then, below that, you will have the opportunity to play a game practicing all different types of Japanese grammar and vocabulary.

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The phrase "γΎγ©γ‚’γ‚γ‘γŸγ¨γŸγ‚“γ€γ€γ‚ˆγ„γ‹γœγŒγ―γ„γ£γ¦γγŸγ€‚" (Mado o aketa totan, tsuyoi kaze ga haitte kita) uses the structure "γ€œγŸγ¨γŸγ‚“" to indicate that one action or event happened immediately after another.

1. γ¨γŸγ‚“ (totan):
– This grammatical structure combines the verb in the past tense with "γ¨γŸγ‚“" to signify that as soon as one action was completed, another action followed immediately.
– It emphasizes the abruptness or the surprising nature of the second event happening as an immediate consequence of the first action.

2. Verb Conjugation:
– The verb in the first clause should be in its past tense form (ます-stem + た).
– For example, "あける" (akeru, to open) in its past form is "γ‚γ‘γŸ" (aketa, opened).

3. Usage in Sentences:
– This expression is often used to convey unexpected or surprising results that occur right after the initial action.

– γƒ‰γ‚’γ‚’ι–‹γ‘γŸγ¨γŸγ‚“γ€γ­γ“γŒι£›γ³ε‡Ίγ—γŸγ€‚ (Doa o aketa totan, neko ga tobidaa)
– As soon as I opened the door, a cat jumped out.
– ι›»θ©±γ‚’εˆ‡γ£γŸγ¨γŸγ‚“γ€γΎγŸγƒ™γƒ«γŒι³΄γ£γŸγ€‚ (Denwa o kitta totan, mata beru ga natta)
– The moment I hung up the phone, it rang again.

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