JLPT N2 Grammar lesson 18

JLPT N2 Grammar lesson 18JLPT N2 Grammar lesson 18

JLPT N2 Grammar lesson 18. 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 86:

V/ A/ N (short form)ことから


Because of ~

For example:

Furansugo ga wakaranai koto kara, kare wa Furansu ni ryuugaku dekinai.
Because he doesn’t know French, he can’t study abroad in France.

Koko wa sakura no meisho dearu koto kara, haru ni wa hanami kyaku ga oozei yatte kuru.
In spring, many tourists come here to see the cherry blossoms because this place is popular with cherry blossoms.

Structure 87:

Nの ことだから


Because ~

For example:

Kanojo no koto dakara, kitto uso wo tsukanai to omou.
I’m sure she won’t lie.

Ano futari no koto dakara, kenka shitemo sugu ni nakanaori dekimasu.
I’m sure the two of them can make up immediately even if they quarrel.

Shinsetsuna Hayashi-san no koto dakara, tanomeba tetsudatte kureru yo.
Because Hayashi is a good guy so he will help if asked to.

Structure 88:

Vる ことなく


Not at all V

For example:

Kare wa 2-nenkan kyuujitsu mo yasumu koto naku hataraita.
He worked for two years without taking any holidays.  

Kanojo wa oya no iken wo kiku koto naku, katte ni ie wo deta.
She left home without listening to her parents’ opinions.

Structure 89:

V1 ないことには V2ない


Will not V2 unless you do V1
If you don’t V1 it’s impossible to V2
If not… it’s impossible to …

For example:

Karera ga konai koto ni wa, paatii wo hajimerarenai.
Unless they come, we can’t start the party.

Jissai ni minai koto ni wa, kono eiga wa omoshiroi ka dou ka wakaranai.
You won’t know if this movie is interesting or not unless you actually watch it.

Structure 90:

Vて/ Aくて/ A ( minus な)で + 当然だ/当然のN/当たり前だ/当たり前のN


Of course ~

For example:

Gakkou wo sabotta node, sensei ni shikararete touzenda.
I skipped school, so it’s natural that my teacher scolded me.  

Aite no chiimu wa yowai. Katte atarimaeda.
The opponent is not strong. Of course we will win.

Above are the JLPT N2 Grammar lesson 18. Remember to read carefully and make up your own examples to memorize better.

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