Decoded Slug: Noun に 来ます (ni kimasu)

Japanese JLPT Grammar Point
Noun に 来ます (ni kimasu)

Noun に 来ます (ni kimasu)

Short explanation:

Used to express going to a place for a specific purpose.


Noun + に + Verb (来る / 行く / 帰る)


Watashi wa ashita toshokan ni ikimasu.
I will go to the library tomorrow.
Tomodachi ga watashi no ie ni kimasu.
My friend will come to my house.
Konban, chichi ga eki ni mukae ni kimasu.
Tonight, my father will come to pick me up at the station.
Haruyasumi ni wa, furusato ni kaerimasu.
I will return to my hometown during spring break.

Long explanation:

The grammar point Noun に きます is used to indicate going to a place with a specific purpose. It's usually used with verbs that express actions like going, coming or returning, 去る (kaeru), 行く (iku), 来る (kuru). The noun before に indicates the destination or place, while the verb expresses the action.

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