Learn JLPT N2 Grammar (ni kagiru)


is best; nothing is better than~

How to use

Verb (casual, non-past)に限る

Learn Japanese grammar: (ni kagiru). Meaning: is best; nothing is better than~.

Is used to express that something is the best; Nothing is better than [A].

It is often used when trying to advice someone of the best course of action.

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Example #1

kaze wo hiita toki wa, kusuri nado nomu yori yukkuri neru ni kagiru.
When you catch a cold, rather than take a bunch of meds, it's best to get a proper rest.
Example #2

nihongo no bunpou wo manabu nara, kono JLPTSENSEI.com ni kagiru.
If you're going to study Japanese grammar, then this website is best ;)
Example #3

natsu wa tsumetai biiru ni kagiru.
In summer, nothing beats a cold beer..
Example #4

samui hi wa, atsui raamen ni kagiru.
On a cold day, nothing beats a steaming bowl of ramen.

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