Japanese 案の定 あんのじょう grammar annojou

Japanese 案の定 あんのじょう grammar annojou
Japanese 案の定 あんのじょう grammar  annojou

Japanese 案の定 あんのじょう grammar annojou :

JLPT level : N1

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Expresses the meaning “obviously/ just like the speaker said/ just like expected”. Used to express one’s expectations come true.


Jiken no nochi de kare ha nani ka ayashii koto ga atta to omou. Annojou, kare ha hannin datta.
I think there was something suspicious about him after the incident. Just like I expected, he was the culprit.

Dare ga koko ni mui te arui te ki masu. Annojou, haha da.
Someone’s coming this way. As expected, it’s mom.

Annojou, yamada san ha yakusoku o yabutta.
Just like I expected, Mr. Yamada broke the promise.

Annojou, aite ha watashi ga dashi ta jouken o mitome nai.
As expected, the opponent didn’t approve of the conditions that I proposed.

Boku ha ano hito ha zehi ni kotowaru to omoi masu. Annojou, kanojo ha kotowatta.
I thought that person would decline for sure. Just like I expected, she declined.

+) In close meaning with「果たして」、「果然」、「やはり」
+) Advanced:
「案」means “Predict, foresee”
「定」in「必定」means “most definitely”

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