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 ABOUT: 

■  とき by itself means "time," but when used with a verb or adjective, it indicates a time when something happens or happened. "The time when…" or "when."

HOW to use:

■ Add to the plain form of a past or non-past verb.
■ Add to the plain form of a past or non-past adjective.

EXAMPLES:

あれは、(わか)とき写真(しゃしん)です。
That is a photo from when (I) was young.
[that | as for | young-time | 's | photograph]

()べるときは、いつもテレビを()ます。
When eating, (I) always watch TV.
[eating | time | as for | always | TV | watch]


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