次から次に (tsugikaratsugini) Meaning Japanese Grammar - One After the Other
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The expression 次から次に (
tsugi kara tsugi ni) means
one after the other. Literally the term can be translated as
from next to next again ....
次から次に indicates an action or situation that keeps happening in succession, over and over without stopping.
In this post we are going better understand the meaning of 次から次に, how it is formed, and when 次から次に is used through real example sentences.
How 次から次に is formed
The expression 次から次に is made up of the following terms:
- 次: noun meaning
- から: particle indicating
- 次に: expression that combines the word 次 with the particle に, meaning
次から次に can be used in any sentence to indicate a continuous succession of events.
How and when to use 次から次に
次から次に conveys the idea of something that goes on and on. The expression can also give the idea of frustration with something that never stops.
In this sense 次から次に is similar to other expressions such as:
one after the other
Changing from one theme to another.
Create one after the other.
作り出す is a verb commonly used in Japanese meaning
Examples of 次から次に
One after another a whole series of too many things are happening.
One problem after another is unexpectedly coming.
The flow of tears continued unabated.
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