Nの【location】にいます is used to specifically tell where a person is. In the Japanese language textbook called Irodori, Nの【location】にいます is used to tell someone on the phone where you are when trying to meet.
Related Information about Nの【location】にいます
Related information about Nの【location】にいます is as follows.
|Sentence Pattern||Nの【location】にいます *N:Noun|
|in Irodori||Starter, Lesson 14|
|in Minna no Nihongo||Lesson 10|
|Function||to specifically tell where a person is|
|Situation||when you tell someone on the phone where you are when trying to meet|
|Example Sentence(s)||A: 今、どこにいますか?|
Ima, doko ni imasu ka?
Where are you?
Esukareetaa no shita ni imasu.
I am under the escalator.
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