JLPT N3 Grammar (koto ni natteiru)


to be expected to; to be scheduled to; it has been decided as a rule that

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Verb (dictionary form)
Verb (ない form)
Noun + という
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Learn Japanese grammar: (koto ni natteiru). Meaning: to be expected to; to be scheduled to; it has been decided as a rule that.

This is often used to explain set rules.

You can also use ことになっています (koto ni natteimasu) to be more formal.

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Example #1

kono toshokan dewa 2 shuukan made hon ga karirareru koto ni natte imasu.
At this library, you can borrow books for up to 2 weeks.
Example #2

nihon dewa, kuruma wa hidari gawa o hashiru koto ni natte iru.
In Japan, cars drive on the lest side of the road.
Example #3

juugyouchuu wa, keitai denwa o tsukattewa ikenai koto ni natte iru.
Cellphones are not allowed to be used during class.
Example #4

60 ten ijou ga goukaku toiu koto ni natte iru.
It has been decided that over 60 points is a passing score.
Example #5

kono heya niwa, kankeisha igai haitte wa ikenai koto ni natte iru.
Only authorized personnel are allowed to enter this room.
Example #6

moeru gomi wa, maishuu no getsuyoubi to mokuyoubi ni suteru koto ni natte imasu.
Burnable garbage is to be thrown out every week on Mondays and Thursdays.
Example #7

kono kaisha dewa, maiasa, shigoto no mae ni rajio taisou o suru koto ni natte iru.
At this company, it is to be expected that there will be "rajio taisou" (morning stretching) every morning before work.
Example #8

shikenyoushi wa mochi kaettewa ikenai koto ni natte iru.
It has been decided that you cannot take your test papers home with you.
Example #9

yasumu toki wa gakkou ni renraku shinakereba naranai koto ni natte imasu.
You must contact your school when you take a day off.
Example #10

JLPT N2 wa 90 ten ijou ga goukaku to iu koto ni natte iru.
To pass the JLPT N2, you need a score of 90 or higher.

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