Japaneseにあっては grammar niatteha

Japaneseにあっては grammar niatteha
Japaneseにあっては grammar  niatteha

Japaneseにあっては grammar niatteha :

JLPT level : N1

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

1. Expresses the meaning “In situations, N..”. In cases where this structure is used to describe a dire situation, the latter clause describe a disadvantageous situation. This structure is used mostly in literary works.

Sensou ni atte ha, kokumin ha totemo kurushiku te, doko demo gashi shi ta hito mo takusan i masu.
In the war people live in very harsh condition, there are starving people everywhere.

Yutaka na chi ni atte ha, sun de iru hito ha nani mo nayamu koto ha nai.
In rich lands, people who live there don’t have to worry about anything.

Heiwa ni atte ha, dare mo odayaka de yukkuri ni sugoseru.
In the time of peace, everyone lives slow and in harmony.

2. Expresses the meaning “No one is better than N”. N in this structure indicates a person. Can also say 「にかかっては」 instead of 「にあっては」.


Yamada san ni atte ha, yori chikara ga tsuyoi hito ha i nai daro u.
For Yamada, there’s no one stronger than him.

Ano hito ni atte ha, kuizu no tokeru jikan no haya sa nitsuite donnani megumareru hito demo kate nai.
For a person, no one is better than him at solving quizz fast.

Musuko ni atte ha, benkyou no kinben sa nitsuite dare ni mo make nai desho u.
For my son, he studies harder than everyone else

Related structures :

above is Japaneseにあっては grammar niatteha. 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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