Learn Japanese Grammar ~ ato de (~ 後で)

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Learn Japanese Grammar ~ ato de (~ 後で)

Japanese Grammar ~ ato de (~ 後で) has meaning "after ~; later".

It is used in combination with the negative form of an adjective or verb to describe something that you don’t really do. ない can be conjugated normally into the more polite negative ません or past forms as well.

Formation [接続]
Verb-た (casual past) + 後で
Noun の + 後で

後で - Example Sentences 

Toshokan de shukudai o shita ato de, kaerimasu.
I will head home after I finish my homework at the library.

Bangohan no ato de aisu o tabeta.
After dinner, I had some ice cream.

Jugyou ga owatta ato de, bukatsu ni iku.
After classes finish, I will go to my club activities.

Osake o nonda ato de, unten shitewa dame desu yo.
Driving after drinking is not permitted.

Hiru gohan o tabeta ato de, sanjuu pun hodo hirune o shita.
After eating dinner, I took a nap for about a half hour.

Daigaku o sotsugyou shita ato de, hontou no shakaijin ni narimashita.
After graduating from university, I became a true member of society.

Shukudai no ato de, tomodachi to asobi ni ikimasu.
After finishing my homework, I'm going out with my friend.

Shigoto no ato de, nomikai ga arimasu.
People are going out for drinks after work tonight!

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