ことになる [ことになる] (kotoninaru)
Meaning: To be decided, to be arranged
Example: It has been decided I will go to new york
JLPT Level: 2
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|Amatuka||I'm not sure about this example - it may be the same as the standard ninaru.|| |
|Miki||Yeah, it looks ninaru and kotoninaru is the same. || |
|Amatuka||OK that's all tidyied up - the remaing question is whether 'ninaru' and 'kotoninaru' actually deserve separate entries.|| |
|halx||I don't understand example ex #3704 in the context of this grammar point...|| |
|yookoso||I also don't see ex [#3704] as fitting this grammar structure. And, I don't know for sure about the JLPT level, but I learned this in an upper basic course which I would guess translates to JLPT 3. || |
|moomoochoo||I have found references to this grammar topic in JLPT3 texts.|| |
|tigert||I agree with Amataka and Miki.|
ことになる is just the になる grammar used with the verb nomilizer V-ruこと.
|Nihonjin||Same as [koto ni naru], we should merge both articles. Which syntax do we use: seperated by space or in one word?|| |
|nandar||Watashi wa nihon go no sensei ni yaru koto ni naru.|
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