N5 Grammar Course

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N5 Grammar Course

〜てから

Usage:

Te Form of Verb + から
 
Meaning:
You use 〜てから to express the order of two actions.
Action A + てから + Action B → means “You need to do Action B after you do Action A”,and the time interval between two actions shouldn’t be too long.

Example:

このごとをやってからます。
I will go to bed after I finish this work.

Voice:

このボタンをしてからはいってください。
Please come in after pushing this button.

Voice:

 
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2 thoughts on “〜てから

  1. So action A I put te-form, how about action B? Do I just put the polite form of it?

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    1. then you chose polite, casual, etc on action B.
      normal the way you end the senteces in japanese is up to you.

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