JLPT N3 Grammar (kiru)


to do something completely to the end

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Verb ます (stem form)切る
kiru 切る きる jlpt n3 grammar meaning 文法 例文 japanese flashcards

Learn Japanese grammar: 【きる】(kiru). Meaning: to do something completely to the end.

Change to 切れる (kireru) to express being able to completely do.

To say the opposite, use .

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Example #1

doushite sou ii kireru no desu ka?
How can you say that?
Example #2

nagai shousetsu o futsukakan de yomikitta.
I finished reading the long novel in two days.
Example #3

okozukai o tsukaikitte shimatta.
I spent all my pocket money.
Example #4

kyou wa mou sakana o zenbu uri kireta.
I've already sold all of the fish for today.
Example #5

donnani tabemono ga ookutemo tabe kireru gurai onaka suita.
I was so hungry that I could eat all the food, regardless of how much there may be.
Example #6

juu kiro o hashiri kiru no wa sugoku taihen na koto da.
It's pretty tough to finish running 10 kilometers.
Example #7

takusan atta shuukidai no repooto o kaki kirimashita.
I finished writing all of numerous reports I had for homework.
Example #8

donna koto demo, zenryoku de yari kitta ato wa, kibun ga ii.
No matter what task it may be, it always feel good after you finish giving it your all.

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