Common Expressions & Sentences patterns

 

・・・に 行く 途中

on my way to

Tochuu means "halfway" or "on the way".

The verb preceding tochuu must be the root form, not the ta form.
The tense of a statement, such as present or past, is shown by the final verb.

1.
がっこうちゅう
学校中スーザンさんにった。

I ran into Susan-san on my way to shool.

がっこう school, いく root form of ikimasu; go, あった ta form of aimasu; meet

If you want to say "it was a coincidence" clearly, you can put "guuzen";
guuzen Susan-san ni atta.

2.
かいしゃとちゅうくるま
会社途中車のた。

I saw a car accident on my way to the office.

かいしゃ company, office, くるま car, じこ accident
みた ta form of mimasu; watch, see, look

3.
やまとちゅうみちまよ
さんのうちに途中った。

I got lost on my way to Yamada-san's house.

うち house, home, みち road, street, way
みちに まよいます to get lost (set phrase), まよった ta form of mayoimasu

4.
くるまはこちゅう
車で中タイヤがパンクした。

I had a flat tire on my way to Hakone.

くるまで by car, はこね place name
タイヤ tire, パンク [sv] flat tire, puncture

5.
かえちゅう
うちに中です。

I'm on my way to home.

うち house, home, かえる root form of kaerimasu; return, go home

6.
いまなか
中です。

I'm on my way now (to your place).

いま now

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