How would I say something is between two things?

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PurpleTokage
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How would I say something is between two things?

Post by PurpleTokage » Mon 02.21.2011 4:57 am

Such as "The bank is in between the school and the park".
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NileCat
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Re: How would I say something is between two things?

Post by NileCat » Mon 02.21.2011 9:16 am

A to B no aida ni aru.(AとBの間にある) :)

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Re: How would I say something is between two things?

Post by ss » Thu 02.24.2011 2:59 am

Nilecat san has answered your question.
Perhaps you have already learned all these, you may just treat this as revision. Just want to point out they're almost the same way to express "on the .... ", "under the ...." on the left .... ", "on the right ...", "inside ...".

本はどこにある?

1) テレビとグリーンピーシーの間にある。
2) テレビの上にある。
3) テレビの下にある。
3) テレビの左にある。
4) テレビの右にある。
5) 箱の中にある。

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