Decoded Slug: ~ながらの Noun (〜nagara no Noun)

Japanese JLPT Grammar Point
~ながらの Noun (〜nagara no Noun)

~ながらの Noun (〜nagara no Noun)

Short explanation:

This grammar point is used to indicate that two actions are happening simultaneously.


Verb-てform + ながらの + Noun


Terebi wo minagara no yuushoku wa, kodomotachi ni totte tanoshii darou.
Dinner while watching TV might be fun for the children.
Chizu wo yominagara no unten wa kiken desu.
Driving while reading a map is dangerous.
Sanpo shinagara no kaiwa wa rirakkusu dekimasu.
A conversation during a walk is relaxing.
Ongaku wo kiki nagara no benkyou wa shuuchuuryoku o fuyasu kamoshiremasen.
Studying while listening to music might increase concentration.

Long explanation:

The ~ながらの Noun grammar point is used to express two actions or states happening at the same time. It implies that the two actions or states are being executed by the same subject. The noun following ながらの is generally a noun of action. It can be translated as 'while' or 'during' in English.

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