Japanese grammar だけあって dakeatte

Japanese grammar だけあって dakeatte

Let’s learn Japanese grammar だけあって dakeatte :

JLPT level : N3

Formation :

Vる・Vた +だけあって

Meaning and how to use :

1.Describe someone deserving something, appreciating someone.

Takakatta dake atte kono doresu ha sugoku kirei.
Though this dress expensive. it’s extremely nice.

sasuga, betonamu no shuto dake atte hanoi ha baiku ga ooi.
That’s certainly the capital city of Vietnam, there are so many motorcycle in Hanoi’s streets.

kono chuugaku ha rekishi ga nagai dake atte yuumei ga aru.
This high school has a long history, so it’s famous.

kimu san ha roku nen mo nippon ni ryuugaku shi te i ta dake atte, nihongo ga jouzu da.
Kim has studied abroad for 6 years, so her Japanese is vey good.

yasui dake atte kono heya ha semai da.
As this value, this room is so cramped.

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