JLPT N3 Grammar (o komete)


filled with; full of

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o komete を込めて をこめて jlpt n3 grammar meaning 文法 例文 japanese flashcards

Learn Japanese grammar: 【をこめて】(o komete). Meaning: filled with; full of~.

This is often used with positive things like love, prayers, well wishes, etc.

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Example #1

kanojo ni ai o komete tegami o kakimashita.
I wrote her a letter full of my love.
Example #2

heiwa e no negai o komete, kono uta o tsukuri mashita.
I wrote this song filled with my wish for peace.
Example #3

watashi wa otto no tame ni mainichi aijou o komete obentou o tsukutte imasu.
To help support my husband, every day I make him a lunch box full of my love.
Example #4

kanojo wa furusato e no omoi o komete, sono kyoku o tsukutta sou da.
She apparently made that song full of thoughts of her hometown.
Example #5

chichi no hi niwa, itsumo ganbatte iru chichi ni kansha no kimochi o komete purezento o okuri mashita.
On father's day, I sent a present full of my gratitude to my always hard-working father.
Example #6

daigaku juken no hi, musuko ga goukaku shimasu youni no negai o komete obentou o tsukutta.
On the day of the university entrance exam for my son, I made him a lunch box full of my wishes for him to pass.
Example #7

touten no seihin wa subete shokunin ga kokoro o komete tesagyou de tsukutte imasu.
At this shop, all of our products are made by hand and full of heart by our expert craftsmen.
Example #8

nihonjin wa shitashimi no kimochi o komete honyasan ya osushiyasan no youni omise ni san o tsukeru koto ga aru.
Japanese people sometimes attach the suffix "san" to a shop like "bookstore" or "sushi shop" with a feeling of familiarity.

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