JLPT N1 Grammar (o kagiri ni)


starting from; the last time (ending a continued action)

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Learn Japanese grammar: 【をかぎりに】(o kagiri ni). Meaning: starting from; the last time (ending a continued action).

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Example #1

kyou o kagiri ni sake o yameru koto ni shita.
From today, I've decided to quit alcohol.
Example #2

kongakki o kagiri ni, watashi wa kono gakkou o yamemasu.
Starting from this semester, I will be quitting this school.
Example #3

tsugi no shiai o kagiri ni, kare wa intai o ketsui shimashita.
He decided to retire after the next match.
Example #4

raishuu o kagiri ni, kono mise wa heiten suru sou da.
I heard that this shop is closing from next week.
Example #5

kyou o kagiri ni kono kaisha to mo o wakare ka.
I guess it's goodbye to this company as of today.
Example #6

raigetsu kagiri de kono resutoran wa heiten shimasu.
At the end of next month, this restaurant will be closing up shop.
Example #7

shinchiku no ie o katta. konshuu o kagiri ni kono manshon tomo owakare da.
I bought a new house. This week we'll be saying goodbye to our current apartment for the last time.

Vocabulary List

新築しんちくnew building
閉店へいてんclose up shop; go out of business

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