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Decoded Slug: Noun の あとで (Noun no atode)

Japanese JLPT Grammar Point
Noun の あとで (Noun no atode)

Noun の あとで (Noun no atode)

Short explanation:

Expresses the order of events; 'after', 'later than'.


Noun + の + あとで


Asagohan no atode, ha wo migakimasu.
After breakfast, I brush my teeth.
Eiga no atode, resutoran de yuushoku o tabemashita.
After the movie, we ate dinner at a restaurant.
Kaigi no atode, joushi to hanashiaimasu.
I will discuss with my boss after the meeting.
Bangohan no atode, sanpo ni ikimashita.
After dinner, I went for a walk.

Long explanation:

The の あとで grammar point is used to express the order of events, specifying that an action occurs after or later than the noun mentioned. It translates to 'after' or 'later than' in English. This structure is simply formed by attaching の あとで to the noun.

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