Tag: 〜に来る

  • Coming to buy coffee mugs with ~に来る

    Grammar Explanation

    ご注文はうさぎですか? » Volume 1 » Page 53

    Rize explains that she (along with Chino and Cocoa) came to buy cups to use in the coffee shop.

    リゼ:
    喫茶店(きっさてん)使(つか)カップ()()んだよ」
  • Coming to meet someone with ~に来る

    Grammar Explanation

    ご注文はうさぎですか? » Volume 1 » Page 61

    Syaro tries to find out whose misunderstanding lead to the group visiting her workplace. Cocoa suggests they simply came to meet (to see, to visit with) Syaro.

    ココア:
    (わたし)たちシャロちゃんに()()だけだよ?」
  • Coming to visit with ~に来る

    Grammar Explanation

    ご注文はうさぎですか? » Volume 1 » Page 67

    Cocoa thanks Chiya and Syaro for coming to visit her, even though the weather is bad.

    ココア:
    二人(ふたり)ともこんな天気(てんき)なのに(あそ)()くれてありがとね」

    The expression (あそ)() means “to drop in” or “to visit”.

  • Coming to wake someone with ~に来る

    Grammar Explanation

    ハヤテのごとく! » Volume 1 » Page 135

    As the new butler, Hayate is tasked with waking Nagi for breakfast, but he’s quickly startled by the sight of a large white tiger sleeping alongside her. Nagi wakes and notices Hayate standing in her room.

    ナギ:
    「あ…()こしに()くれたのか、ありがとう…」

    Nagi asks if Hayate came to wake her.

  • Coming to for a purpose with ~に来る

    Coming to somewhere with the purpose to do an activity is written by appending に to the verb stem, then adding ().

    An noun referring to an activity may precede に rather than a verb.

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