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Sailesh
Learning Japanese

Ima Kyoto O sugita tokoro desuyo.


What does "sugita" means in the sentence?

Feb 27, 2018 9:58 AM
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"sugita"

It's the past tense. So it means "passed".

"Kyoto o sugita tokoro"

"tokoro" means "the point(place or time)".

So "Kyoto o sugita tokoro" means "on the point where I passed Kyoto".

"Ima Kyoto O sugita tokoro desuyo."

Word-for-Word: "Now I'm on the point where I passed Kyoto!"

Sense of the sentence: "I've just passed Kyoto!"

You got it?!

February 27, 2018
Sailesh
Language Skills
English, Japanese
Learning Language
Japanese