JLPT N2 Grammar lesson 23

JLPT N2 Grammar lesson 23
JLPT N2 Grammar lesson 23

JLPT N2 Grammar lesson 23. 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 111:

Nから すると/すれば/いって


Judging from N ~ (To speculate)

For example:

Shoujou kara suru to, shinzou no byouki kamoshitemasen.
Judging from the symptoms, it could be cardiovascular disease.

Mawari no taido kara sutu to, ano kata ga shachou de wa nai deshouka.
Judging from people’s attitudes around here, that person might be the director.

Structure 112:

N からして


Even …
N is usually typical, the latter is often negative judgements.

For example:

Kare wa fukusou kara shite darashinai. Kitto, hoka no men mo onaji darou.
Even his clothes are sloppy. I’m sure his other aspects are also the same.

Ano eiga wa, daimei kara shite kanashi souda.
That movie seems dreary even from the title.

Structure 113:

Nから 見ると/見れば/見ても/見て


From N’s point of view ~

For example:

Nihon no shunkan ni wa, gaikokujin kara miru to myouna mono mo aru darou.
Japanese culture, from foreigners’ point of view, something might be weird.

Mukashi no hito kara miru to, gendaijin no seikatsu no rizumu wa haya sugiru kamoshirenai.
From the ancients’ point of view, the pace of modern life is too fast.

Structure 114:

V/ A/ N (short form) +からといって/からって


Given that ~ doesn’t mean.

For example:

Siki dakara to itte, onaji shokuhin bakari taberu no wa yokunai.
Given that you like it, but it’s not good eating the same type of food all the time.

Nihon ni sunde iru kara to itte, nihongo ga shabereru youni wa naranai.
Given that you’re living in Japan but it doesn’t mean you can speak Japanese.

Structure 115:

Vてからでないと~ できないVてからでなければ~ できない


Unless ~ or else

For example:

Tetsudzuki shite kara denai to, toshokan no hon wa karirarenai.
Unless you finish the procedure, or else you can’t borrow books from the library.

Oya no kyoka o moratte kara denakereba, moushikomenai.
Unless you have your parents’ permission, or else you can’t sign up.

Above are the JLPT N2 Grammar lesson 23. Remember to read carefully and make up your own examples to memorize better.

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