JLPT N3 Grammar (komu)


to do something for a long time or to move something inside

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Verb ます (stem form)込む
komu 込む こむ jlpt n3 grammar meaning 文法 例文 japanese flashcards

Learn Japanese grammar: 【こむ】(komu). Meaning: to do something for a long time or to move something inside.

Meaning 1 – To move something inside (examples 1~5).

Meaning 2 – To do something for a long time (examples 6~9).

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- Example Sentences

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Example #1

kono kami ni hitsuyou na jouhou o kakikonde kudasai.
Please write the necessary information on this paper.
Example #2

anata no kouza ni okane o furikonda yo.
I transferred the money to your account.
Example #3

sumimasen, kono shouhin o doko ni irekonda hou ga ii desu ka?
Sorry, where should I put this product?
Example #4

kurejitto kaado de shiharattara, koko ni kaado o sashikonde kudasai.
If you will pay by credit card, insert your card here.
Example #5

kono kusuri no tsukaikata wa hana kara suikomu koto desu.
This medicine is used by breathing it in through your nose.
Example #6

kyou wa ichi jikan hashiri konda.
Today I ran for 1 hour.
Example #7

ukkari hanashi konde shimatta.
I carelessly got caught up in the story.
Example #8

karee wa jikkuri nikomu to aji ga motto oishii desu yo.
Curry tastes better if it is simmered slowly.
Example #9

musume wa toukyou daigaku ni goukaku suru tame ni benkyou ni uchikonde iru.
In order to get into Tokyo Unversity, my daughter is completely dedicating herself to her studies.

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