Decoded Slug: Noun に限る (~ni kagiru)

Japanese JLPT Grammar Point
Noun に限る (~ni kagiru)

Noun に限る (~ni kagiru)

Short explanation:

Expresses the idea that 'nothing but', 'nothing is better than'.


Noun + に限る


Kou iu toki ni wa kazoku ni hanasu ni kagiru.
At times like this, there's nothing better than talking to your family.
Samui fuyu ni wa atataka ocha ni kagiru.
In cold winter, there's nothing better than a warm tea.
Tsukareta toki wa, yoi suimin ni kagiru.
When you are tired, nothing is better than a good sleep.
Daietto suru nara, undou ni kagiru.
If you want to go on a diet, there is nothing better than exercise.

Long explanation:

The noun に限る grammar point is used to express the idea that there is nothing better than the noun mentioned in the specific context. It is often used to give personal opinions, advice, or recommendations.

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