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Decoded Slug: ~において (〜ni oite)

Japanese JLPT Grammar Point
~において (〜ni oite)

~において (〜ni oite)

Short explanation:

Indicates the place, time, or context where an action or event occurs; 'in', 'at', 'on', 'regarding'.


Noun + において


Kono daigaku ni oite, eigo no kurasu ga ichiban ninki ga arimasu.
In this university, English classes are the most popular.
Kare no kenkyuu ni oite atarashii hakken ga arimashita.
In his research, there were new discoveries.
Undoukai ni oite, kare wa daikatsuyaku shimashita.
At the sports festival, he performed exceptionally well.
Kankyou mondai ni oite wa, minna ga sekinin wo motte koudou subeki desu.
Regarding environmental issues, everyone should take responsibility and act accordingly.

Long explanation:

The ~において grammar point is used to show the place, time, or context where an action or event takes place. It can be translated as 'in', 'at', 'on', or 'regarding' in English. It is often used in formal situations and can be replaced by more casual equivalents such as で, に, or は in informal contexts.

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