JLPT N2 Grammar lesson 16

JLPT N2 Grammar lesson 16JLPT N2 Grammar lesson 16

JLPT N2 Grammar lesson 16. Hi everyone! In this article, LearnJapanesedaily will introduce to you the JLPT N2 Grammar. Each lesson will consist of about 5 structures for you to learn step by step and have more time to practise.

Structure 76:

Vる/Vない/ Nという + ことになっている


Decided by others, some organization.

For example:

Kaigi wa kono heya de okonawareru koto ni natte iru.
The meeting will be held in this room.

Gakkou de wa seifuku wo kinakereba naranai koto ni natte iru.
You must wear a uniform at school.

Structure 77:

V/ A/ N (short form)に すぎない


Not too / Limited in / Only, just.

For example:

Kare wa tada no sarariiman ni suginai.
He is just an office worker.

Kore wa yume ni suginai.
This is just a dream.

Kantanna nichijou eikaiwa ga dekiru ni suginai.
I can only speak conversational English.

Structure 78:

Nに/ Vるに + あたって/あたり/あたっては/あたってのN


In the occasion of, when.

For example:

Kaigi wo hajimeru ni atari, shinnyuu shain wo shoukai shimasu.
I will introduce new employees of our company before starting the meeting.

Kekkon suru ni atatte wa, ironna koto wo junbi suru hitsuyou ga arimasu.
You need to prepare many things when getting married.

Structure 79:

Nに 沿って(そって)/沿い/沿ったN


Based on.
To rely on.
According to (instruction book)
To follow (orderly)

For example:

Keikaku ni sotte susumeru.
To proceed according to the plan.

Kanojo wa watashi no youkyuu ni sotte taiou shite kureta.
She responded to my request. 

Okyakusama hitorihitori no gokibou no sotta ryokou puran wo otsukurishimasu.
We will plan based on each particular customer’s expectations.

Structure 80:

Nに/ Vるに + 先立って(さきだ)/先立ち/先立つN


Before ~
To prepare something beforehand.

For example:

Tannin no sensei wa jugyou ni sakidatte, jikoshoukai wo shita.
The homeroom teacher introduced himself before starting the class.

Shiai ni ​sakidatte, senshu-tachi ga kokka wo utatta.
The players sang the national anthem before the match. 

Shinseihin no kaihatsu ni sakidatte, ankeeto chousa o okonatta.
Before developing a new product, we have to open a survey.

Above are the JLPT N2 Grammar lesson 16. Remember to read carefully and make up your own examples to memorize better.

If there is anything that you find it hard to understand, feel free to comment below!

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