Japanese grammar dictionary

Japanese ので grammar node
Japanese ので grammar node

Let’s learn Japanese ので grammar node :

JLPT level : N5

Formation :

N/Aな+な + ので

Meaning and how to use :

What happens in the first part of a sentence is the reason for what happen in the second part. What happen in the second part are often certainties, this structure doesn’t go with judgement.

For example

Kanojo no koto ga suki ja nai node, kanojo to hanasa nai koto ni shi masu.
Because I don’t like her, I decided not to talk with her anymore.

nippon ni ryūgaku shi tai node, nihongo o benkyō shi mashi ta.
Because I don’t want to study abroad to Japan, I don’t study Japanese.

otōsan ga yasashii node, ano ko wa itsumo warui taido o shi te iru.
That child always show bad attitude because his father is gentle.

kyō tesuto ga aru node, kinō no ban benkyō shi te tetsuya deshi ta.
Today I have a test, so I stayed up late to study.

raishū ōkina taifū ga kuru yohō ga aru node, ima totemo shinpai shi masu.
The weather forecast says that there will be a heavy storm next week, so I’m really worried now.

Note: This structure is usualy used in explaination or reason to refuse.
In intimate speaking it becomes 「んだ」

Related structures :

から kara

above is Japanese ので grammar node. 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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