Japanese となると grammar tonaruto

Japanese となると grammar tonaruto
Japanese となると grammar tonaruto

Let’s learn Japanese となると grammar tonaruto :

Formation :

sentence +となると + sentence

Meaning and how to use :

1. Express “If…, if a thing happens…”. In a sentence, the first part if an event the speak has already known, or a quotation, the other part is the speaker’s prediction. In some cases, we can use “だとなると/そうだとなると”
Use with:
sentence +となると + sentence

For example

Rainen, anata ha amerika ni itte zairyuu suru you da. To naru to, amerika jin ni naru ka.
Next year, I heart that you will settle in the US. If so, will you become an American?

kinou yamada san ha netsu o dasu you desu. To naru to, kyou, kare ha gakkou ni ika nai ne.
Yamada caught a cold yesterday. So he could be absent today, right?

2. Express the meaning “in case…”. It can be an assumption, we use 「もし…かりに」
Use with:

For example:

shuto ni aru daigaku ni kayou to naru to, zehi okane ga takusan kakaru ne.
If we study in a university in capital, it will cost so much.

tsurai tabemono o taberu to naru to, zehi o mizu o takusan nomu ne.
The more you eat spicy food, the more water you have to drink.

3. Express the meaning “Whenever a topic is mentioned”. The second part of the sentence usually describes an unusual attitude.

For example:

ibento ni sanka suru sutā no shutsujou to naru to, minna ga urusaku naru.
Whenever a star joins an event, people are set in commotion.

sakkā nitsuite no soudan to naru to, kare ha itsumo koufun shi masu.
He always gets excited whenever someone talks about football.

4. Express the meaning “When we mention to…”. The second part is often about negative statement or the difficulty.

For example

kono shigoto no kanou sei ni iu ka to naru to, dare demo tashikame nai.
No one can measure if this thing is possible.

yukkuri sugosu seikatsu to naru to, dare demo hoshii to ii masu.
Anyone wants a leisured life.

Related structures :

からなる karanaru
ことになる kotoninaru
そうになる souninaru
となる tonaru
となると tonaruto
ともなると tomonaruto
になる ninaru
になると ninaruto
お~になる o~ninaru

above is Japanese となると grammar tonaruto. 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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