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  1. Japanese Sentence Patterns

    【JLPT N1★を皮切りに (o kawakiri ni): starting with】

    Meaning: starting withFormation:Noun + を皮切りに(して)/を皮切りとして…

  2. Japanese Sentence Patterns

    【JLPT N1★を兼ねて (o kanete): also for the purpose of】…

    Meaning: also for the purpose ofFormation:Noun + を兼ねて/も兼ねて…

  3. Japanese Sentence Patterns

    【JLPT N1★を限りに (o kagiri ni): starting from】

    Meaning: starting from…; to the full extent ofFormation:Noun + を限りに/限りで…

  4. Japanese Sentence Patterns

    【JLPT N1★をいいことに (o ii koto ni): to take advantage …

    Meaning: to take advantage ofFormation:Verb-casual, non-past + のをいいことに…

  5. Japanese Sentence Patterns

    【JLPT N1★を経て (o hete): through, after, via】

    Meaning: through; after; viaFormation:Noun + を経て日本語 …

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    【JLPT N1★を踏まえて (o fumaete): based on】

    Meaning: based onFormation:Noun + を踏まえ / を踏まえて日本語 / にほんご /…

  7. Japanese Sentence Patterns

    【JLPT N1★のなんのって (no nan no tte): extremely】

    Meaning: extremelyFormation:Verb-casual + のなんの(って)Adj + のなんの(って)&n…

  8. Japanese Sentence Patterns

    【JLPT N1★のみか (nomika): not only… but also】

    Meaning: not only… but alsoFormation:Noun + のみか + Noun日本語 …

  9. Japanese Sentence Patterns

    【JLPT N1★の極み (no kiwami): utmost】

    Meaning: the utmostFormation:Noun + の極み日本語 / にほんご / Japane…

  10. Japanese Sentence Patterns

    【JLPT N1★の至り (no itari): utmost】

    Meaning: utmost; extremelyの至り is usually used with 光栄, 恐縮 and 感激.Forma…

  11. Japanese Sentence Patterns

    【JLPT N1★んがため (n ga tame): in order to】

    Meaning: in order toFormation:Verb-ないform(-ない) + んがため(に)Verb-ないform(-な…

  12. Japanese Sentence Patterns

    【JLPT N1★んばかりに (n bakari ni): as if, as though】

    Meaning: as if; as thoughFormation:Verb-ないform (-ない) + んばかり + に/の/だE…

  13. Japanese Sentence Patterns

    【JLPT N1★によらず (ni yorazu): regardless of】

    Meaning: regardless ofFormation:Noun + によらず日本語 / にほんご / Ja…

  14. Japanese Sentence Patterns

    【JLPT N1★には及ばない (niwa oyobanai): there’s no need t…

    Meaning: there’s no need to; does not matchFormation:Verb-dictionary for…

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    【JLPT N1★にとどまらず (ni todomarazu): not limited to】

    Meaning: not limited to; not only… but alsoFormation:Verb-dictionary for…

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    【JLPT N1★に照らして (ni terashite): in comparison with,…

    Meaning: in comparison with, according to, in light of, in view ofFormatio…

  17. Japanese Sentence Patterns

    【JLPT N1★に足りない (ni tarinai): to be not worth】

    Meaning: to be not worthFormation:Verb-dictionary form + に足りない&nbs…

  18. Japanese Sentence Patterns

    【JLPT N1★に足る/に足りる (ni taru/ni tariru): to be enoug…

    Meaning: to be enough; to be worthy ofFormation:Verb-dictionary form + に…

  19. Japanese Sentence Patterns

    【JLPT N1★にたえる/にたえない (ni taeru/ni taenai): can/can’…

    Meaning: can/can’t do somethingFormation:Verb-dictionary form + にたえる/にたえ…

  20. Japanese Sentence Patterns

    【JLPT N1★に即して (ni sokushite): in keeping with】

    Meaning: to agree with; in keeping with; to be based onFormation:Noun + …

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    【JLPT N1★ではあるまいし (dewa aru mai shi): it’…
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    【JLPT N3★ 代わりに (kawari ni)” instea…
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    【JLPT N2★かねる (kaneru): unable to do some…
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    【JLPT N5★i-adjectives +くなかった(kunakatta) …
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