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Decoded Slug: Noun を限りに (Noun wo kagiri ni)

Japanese JLPT Grammar Point
Noun を限りに (Noun wo kagiri ni)

Noun を限りに (Noun wo kagiri ni)

Short explanation:

Expresses the idea of 'as of', 'with' or 'from', indicating the end of something or a point of change.


Noun + を限りに


Kotoshido wo kagiri ni, kono daigaku de no kyouju katsudou wo oeru tsumori desu.
I intend to end my teaching activities at this university as of this academic year.
Kyou wo kagiri ni, tabako wo suu no wo yamemasu.
As of today, I will stop smoking.
3-gatsu 31-nichi wo kagiri ni, kaisha wo taishoku shimasu.
I will leave the company as of March 31.
Raishuu wo kagiri ni, kono bangumi wa shuuryou shimasu.
This program will end as of next week.

Long explanation:

The grammar point Noun を限りに is used to indicate the end point of something, or a point of change. It is used in the context when something ends or changes from a particular point onwards. The noun preceding this expression usually refers to a point in time, and can refer to the end of an event, activity, or relationship.

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