JLPT N3 Grammar (ni oite / ni okeru)


in; at (place); regarding; as for; in relation to ~

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における + Noun
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Learn Japanese grammar: (ni oite) / (ni okeru). Meaning: in; at (place); regarding; as for; in relation to ~.

This can be used similarly to the particle, but it is more formal and mostly only used in written language.

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Example #1

watashi wa subete ni oite ganbarimasu.
I do my best with everything.
Example #2

touji ni oite wa, kaigai ryokou nado yume no youna koto datta.
Back then, traveling abroad was like a dream.
Example #3

daitai ni oite haru ni ame ga yoku furu.
It generally rains a lot in Spring.
Example #4

kondo no orinpikku wa toukyou ni oite kaisai sareru.
The upcoming Olympics will be held in Tokyo.
Example #5

jinsei ni oite ichiban taisetsu na koto wa, koukai shinai youni jibun ga shitai koto o suru koto dato omou.
The most important thing in my life is to do what I want to do without regret.
Example #6

shanai ni okeru keitaidenwa no go riyou wa go enryo kudasai.
Please refrain from using mobile phones inside the car.
Example #7

chuugakkou ni okeru eigo kyouiku wa ima demo mondai darake da.
English education in junior high school is still full of problems.
Example #8

karera wa nihon ni okeru biitoruzu da.
They are The Beetles of Japan.
Example #9

kare wa wareware no jigyou ni okeru hanbai bumon no sekininsha da.
He's in charge of the sales end of our business.
Example #10

sono jiko wa kare no kuruma no unten ni okeru fuchuui ni yoru mono de atta.
The accident was due to his careless driving of the car.

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