Japanese に伴い(にともない) grammar nitomonai

Japanese に伴い(にともない) grammar nitomonai
Japanese に伴い(にともない) grammar nitomonai

Let’s learn Japanese に伴い(にともない) grammar nitomonaii :

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 ga hendou suru no ni tomonai, shitsugyou ritsu ga fueru.
Along with unstable economy, unemployment rate rises.

pettobotoru no ureyuki ga nobiru no ni tomonai, risaikuru mo shinken ni kangaerare you ni natta.
Plastic bottle is sold more and more, so recycling is seriously cocncerned.

nyuugaku suru ryuugakusei no henka ni tomonai, kurasu suu o kaeru hitsuyou ga ari masu.
Along with the change of the quantity of oversea student, the number of class is also changed.

benkyou ha jouzu ni naru no ni tomonai, seiseki mo agari masu.
Studying better makes results better.

chikyuu kion ga henka suru no ni tomonai, kankyou ga osen ni nari mashi ta.
Along with climate change, environment is polluted.

Note: In this way of speak, the two clause usually go with word expressing change.
This is a more solemn way of speaking of に伴って,usually used in written language.

Related structures :

に伴って nitomonatte
に伴う nitomonau
に伴い nitomonai

とともに totomoni
につれ nitsure

above is Japanese に伴い(にともない) grammar nitomonai. 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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