JLPT N3 Grammar (ni kakete)


over (a period); through; concerning; regarding ~

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Learn Japanese grammar: (ni kakete). Meaning: over (a period); through; concerning; regarding ~.

This grammar is used when the speaker is either praising someone else or boasting their own ability.

One common usage pattern is .

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Example #1

tenisu ni kakete wa, kare ni kateru hito wa inai.
There is no one who can beat him in tennis.
Example #2

manga ni kakete wa, watashi yori kuwashii hito wa imasen.
Regarding manga, there is nobody who knows as much as I do.
Example #3

watashi wa gitaa ni kakete wa dare yori mo kuwashii.
I am more knowledgeable about guitar than anyone.
Example #4

otouto wa benkyou wa dekinai ga, oyogi ni kaketewa dare nimo makenai.
Though my little brother’s not good at studying, he won’t lose to anyone at swimming.
Example #5

kanji no chishiki ni kakete wa dare nimo makenai jishin ga aru.
I have confidence that I won't lose to anyone regarding knowledge of kanji.
Example #6

kare wa pasokon ni kakete nan no koshou demo naosemasu.
He can fix anything that's broken related to computers.
Example #7

watashi wa, joukyou no henka ni subayaku taiou suru koto ni kakete wa, jishin ga aru.
I have confidence in my ability to swiftly deal with any situation changes.
Example #8

meiyo ni kaketemo kimi to no yakusoku o mamoru.
I swear on my pride that I will keep the promise that i made with you.
Example #9

bengoshi no shinyou ni kaketemo anata no kenri o mamori masu.
I swear on my honor as a lawyer that I will be protecting your rights.

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