Japanese そうすると grammar sousuruto

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Let’s learn Japanese そうすると grammar sousuruto :

Formation :

Meaning and how to use :

This structure is used to give conclusions after hearing what the previous speaker said. Following this structure are explanatory and theoretical conclusions regarding what the previous speaker said.


A: `Sankasha wa dotto deguchi ni hashitte iru yo.’
B: `Sousuruto, abunaku narimasu yo’
A: “Participants are rushing towards the exit door”
B: “If so, it’s dangerous.”

A: `Ano hito no itta koto to yatta iru koto ga chigaimasu yo.’
B: `Sousuruto, kondo no shigoto wa kare ni makasenai hou ga ii’
A: “What he said is different from what he is doing.”
B: “If so, this time, don’t let him be in charge of the work.”

Watashi wa hayaku daigaku wo sotsugyou shitaidesu. Sousuruto, hayaku shigoto ga atte ryoushin ni henpou dekimasu.
I want to graduate from college quickly. That way, I can quickly get a job and repay my parents.

A: `Kondo no shigoto wa Yamada-san ga tannindeshou’
B: `Sousuruto, watashitachiha kubi ni naru osore ga arimasu yo’
A: Mr. Yamada is in charge of the work this time.
B: If so, we are on the line of being fired.

Kimi wa hayaku seichou shite shakai hito ni natte kudasai. Sousuruto watashi ga ureshii yo.
Grow quickly and become a useful person. If so, I am very happy.

Note: This structure is used both in sopken and written language. It’s comparatively the same as「すると」.

Above is Japanese そうすると grammar sousuruto. If you don’t understand the signs we used in formation, you can find their meaning here : signs used in Japanese grammar structures.

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