Why Haven’t You Been Using つ While Talking?


Why Haven’t You Been Using つ While Talking?

Some learners know the meaning of “つ”, however, apparently they don’t use “つ” in daily conversation. Why don’t you use it from tomorrow? Your Japanese skill would be much natural. Let me introduce how you correctly use “つ” today!

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[wp-svg-icons icon=”arrow-right-2″ wrap=”span”] Pass / It’s been___since〜 / 通过 / 지나다/경과하다 / Trôi qua

つ” means “Pass or It’s been___since〜” and which has been used for the time. Basically, you would say “___びょう/ふん/時間じかん/カ月かげつ/ねん(が)つ”. For instance, 日本にほん1年いちねんちます。(It’s been a year since I came to Japan.). Additionally “経過けいかする” is the same meaning as “つ”, however, that is used for business situations.

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日本語にほんご勉強べんきょうはじめてから一ヶ月いっかげつよ。 (It’s been a month since I started learning Japanese.) (从我开始学习日语,一个月过去了。) (일본어 공부하기 시작한 지 한달이 지났어.) (Đã một tháng trôi qua kể từ khi bắt đầu học tiếng Nhật rồi đấy.)

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時間じかんのははやいね。 (Time flies.) (时间过得真快呢。) (시간 가는건 빠르네.) (Thời gian trôi nhanh quá ha.)

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いま会社かいしゃはたらいて1年半いちねんはんよ。 (I’ve been working for this company for one and a half years.) (我在现在的公司工作了一年半。) (지금 다니는 회사에서 일한 지 1년 반 됐어.) (Tớ làm việc ở công ty này đã được một năm rưỡi rồi đấy.)

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もう5年ごねんったのかー! (5 years has passed!) (已经过了五年了吗!) (벌써 5년이나 됐다니!) (Đã 5 năm trôi qua rồi cơ à !)

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もうそんなにったんだー! (It’s been such a long time!!) (已经经过这么久了啊!!) (벌써 그렇게나 됐구나!!) (Đã từng đó thời gian trôi qua rồi cơ à!!)
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最近さいきん時間じかんのがはやいよ! (Time flies recently!) (最近,感觉时间过得很快呢!) (최근, 시간가는게 빨라!) (Dạo này thời gian trôi qua nhanh quá ý!)

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時間じかんのをわすれるほどたのしかったよ。 (I had so much fun I forgot about the time.) (开心的时间总是过得特别快啊。) (시간가는 걸 잊을 정도로 즐거웠어.) (Vui đến nỗi quên cả thời gian luôn đó.)

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ビザを申請しんせいして一ヶ月いっかげつったよ。 (It’s been a month since I applied for a Visa.) (签证申请已经一个月了。) (비자 신청한지 한 달 됐어.) (Đã một tháng trôi qua kể từ khi tớ nộp hồ sơ xin visa đó.)

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もうそんなにった (Has it been such a long time?) (已经过这么久了?) (벌써 그렇게나 됐어?) (Đã lâu thế rồi á?)

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