Japanese grammar に伴う, にともなう, nitomonau

Japanese grammar に伴う, にともなう, nitomonau
Japanese grammar に伴う, にともなう, nitomonau

Let’s learn Japanese grammar に伴う, にともなう, nitomonau :

JLPT level : N3

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Describe a change followed by another change. This structure is used to bring up extensive change and rarely used with personal changes.

For example

Keizai henka ni tomonau kankyou hakai no ha hontouni shinkoku na mondai da.
Polluting environment caused by economic change is a really serious issue.

rikon ni tomonau kutsuu ha nakanaka naore nai.
It’s hard to heal pain that is along with divorce.

haiyuu ni natta nochi, boku ha meisei ni tomonau fuben ga wakari mashi ta.
After I become an actor, I understand how inconvenient glory can bring to me

doryoku ni tomonau seikou ha saisho nigai desu ga, saishuu ha amai desu.
Succeed going along with effortness is bitter at first, but is sweet at last.

ooame o tomonau taifuu ga hageshii.
The storm accompnied with the rain is so heavy.

Note: It’s Solemn, usually used in writen language.
This is the way of connecting 2 nouns of に伴う

Related structures :

に伴って nitomonatte
に伴う nitomonau
に伴い nitomonai
につれ nitsure
とともに totomoni

above is Japanese grammar に伴う, にともなう, nitomonau. if you don’t understand the signs we used in fomation, you can find their meaning here : signs used in Japanese grammar structures.

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