|JLPT N3. Standard grammar. Used in both conversation and writing.
うちに translates as “while” in English and is best understood in contrast to
It appends directly to verbs and i-adjectives, but requires の when it follows nouns and な when it follows na-adjectives.
|While you’re a university student, you should experience lots of different things.
Being a university student isn’t an action you can perform and thus we cannot use 間に.
|Please eat while it’s hot.
|Apparently that lady sold the company she founded in her 20’s and retired while still young.
|I heard that this play is on until the end of the month so let’s go while we can.
|Work is going to get busy from next week so let’s prepare while we have time.