Japanese grammar にかけて(は)/にかけても nikaketeha/ nikaketemo

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Let’s learn Japanese grammar にかけて(は)/にかけても nikaketeha/ nikaketemo :

JLPT level : N2

Formation :

Nにかけて(は)/Nにかけても

Meaning and how to use :

Describe the meaning “related to that, that problem / in that area …”. The latter is usually about the competence or technique of the person being mentioned.

Examples:

彼はパソコンにかけて何の故障でも直せます。
Kare ha pasokon nikakete nani no koshou de mo naose masu.
He can fix anything broken related to computers.

経済知識にかけては僕は誰にも負けないよ。
Keizai chishiki nikakete ha boku ha dare ni mo make nai yo.
Relating economical knowledge, I lose to no one.

あの子は踊りにかけての技術は最高です。
Ano ko ha odori nikakete no gijutsu ha saikou desu.
Relating to dancing teachnique, that kid is the best.

2. Describe the meaning “Swear on.. / ensure that”. Often goes with nouns indicating human value or social like “命 / 信用 / …” to express strong determination, meaning “whether harm to … then also …”.
How to use: Nにかけて(も)

Examples:

私は命にかけて今度の勤めを絶対果たします。
Watashi ha inochi nikakete kondo no tsutome o zettai hatashi masu.
I swear on my life that I’ll complete this mission.

名誉にかけても君との約束を守る。
Meiyo nikakete mo kimi to no yakusoku o mamoru.
I swear on my pride that I’ll be keeping the promise that I made with you.

弁護士の信用にかけても、あなたの権利を守ります。
Bengoshi no shinyou nikakete mo, anata no kenri o mamori masu.
I swear on a lawyer’s pride that I’ll be protecting your rights.

Note:
にかけてのN is the form used to impact meanings to nouns of にかけて(は)

Related structures :

にかけて/にかけても nikakete/nikaketemo
から~にかけて kara~nikakete

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