Tag: 〜んち

  • Naru’s place with 〜んち

    Grammar Explanation

    美少女戦士セーラームーン » Kanzenban Release » Volume 1 » Page 13

    A lunchtime conversation about recent jewelry store robberies gives way to talk about jewelry and the kinds Usagi and her friends would like to own.

    「なるちゃんちでっかい宝石店(ほうせきてん)だよね。あたしルビーすきーっ♡ パールもいいなーっ」
    “Naru‘s place is a huge jewelry store, isn’t it? (Me, I like rubies. Pearls are also nice.)”

    「なるちゃんのうち」 is contracted into 「なるちゃんち」.

  • Yui’s grandmother’s place with 〜んち

    Grammar Explanation

    三ツ星カラーズ » Volume 5 » Page 127

    As the end of the year approaches, Yui and her friends discuss which New Year foods they like and dislike.

    “When I go to my grandma’s house, a lot of not-so-good food is served.”
    “That’s pretty bad, Yui.”
    “Are you going to your grandma’s house, Yui?”

    「おばあちゃんのうち」 is contracted into 「おばあちゃんち」.

  • Sacchan’s place with 〜んち

    Grammar Explanation

    三ツ星カラーズ » Volume 4 » Page 38

    Sacchan and her friends decide to make a movie about the district they live in. They stop by Sacchan’s mother’s shop to film a scene.

    “Next is my place! Kise Fruits. This is my mom.”
    “Welcome to Kise Fruits.”

    「うちのうち」 is contracted into 「うんち」.

  • One’s house with 〜んち

    The text 「◯◯◯のうち」 (“◯◯◯’s house”) often gets contracted to 「◯◯◯んうち」.

    If the name ends in ん, that gets contracted in as well: 「◯◯◯さんのうち」 becomes 「◯◯◯さんち」.

    Examples of 〜んち