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Tobira Ch6 文法

~に気がつく to notice; to realize/notice that
~に気がつく, preceded by nouns or sentences
~に気がつく, 文型 a. Nに気がつく b. Sことに気がつく: Type 2c
それぞれ used to focus on each individual or thing in a group of people or things, and means "each (one of them)." In some contexts a more natural interpretation may be "one's own" rather than "each one's."
それぞれ, 英訳 each; one's own; in one's own way
それぞれ, 文型 a. それぞれPredicate; b. それぞれのNoun
~らしい auxiliary i-adjective that expresses the speaker's conjecture based on what he/she has learned through an information source or his/her own observation.
~らしい, 英訳 seems; apparently; I heard that ~; it looks like
~らしい, 文型 Type 3
Verb-masu-stem続ける "continue doing something." Used when the subject continues doing something volitionally.
Verb-masu-stem続ける, 英訳 continue to; continue V-ing; go on V-ing; keep (on) V-ing; all the way; all the time
~ばかり expresses the idea that someone does one thing all the time and does nothing else, or that someone chooses just one thing among others when doing something.
~ばかり, 英訳 nothing but ~; always; all the time
~ばかり, 文型 a. N (Prt) ばかりV; b. VNばかりする; c. V-teばかりいる
~わけだ, first use a. Used when the speaker provides the reason for a previous statement.
~わけだ, second use b. Used when the speaker reaches a logical conclusion from what he/she has learned from the hearer or has discovered
~わけだ, third use c. Used when the speaker understands the reason for what he/she has learned from the hearer or what he/she has discovered.
~わけだ, 英訳 The reason is that ~; It means that ~; That's why ~; No wonder ~; Naturally
~わけだ, 文型 Type 2a
Nounでよばれば presents a condition for doing something. It is also used when the speaker politely offers something to the hearer.
Nounでよばれば if ~ is all right; if ~ works; if ~ is acceptable; if you don't mind
結構(けっこう) adverb indicating that the speaker feels that the degree/level/amount/etc. of something is not high but is higher than average
結構(けっこう), 英訳 fairly; pretty; rather; quite
結構(けっこう), 文型 a. 結構{A/(ANa + Da)}; b. 結構 Verb Phrase
なかなか Adjective Synonymous with 結構. However, not usually used with adjectives and adverbs with negative meanings, e.g. つまらない, 不便だ. なかなか also indicates that the speaker is impressed by the way something/someone is or the way someone does something
なかなか Adjective, 英訳 quite; fairly; pretty; considerably
なかなか Adjective, 文型 a. なかなか {A/(ANa + Da)}; b. なかなか Adv
そう言えば conjunctive phrase used when speaker is reminded of something by the hearer's remark or the speaker's own remark.
そう言えば, 英訳 That reminds me; Now I remember; indeed
そう言えば, 文型 そう言えば、S。
~ということ changes a sentence into a noun clause, but does not add any meaning. Usually used in written language
~ということ, use with particles can be marked by が, を, etc.
~ということ, 英訳 that; V-ing
~ということ, 文型 S-plain ということ
Created by: ncommons



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