Decoded Slug: 〜からして (〜kara shite)

Japanese JLPT Grammar Point
〜からして (〜kara shite)

〜からして (〜kara shite)

Short explanation:

Expresses that something is exceptional, unusual or negative from a certain aspect or point.


Noun + からして


Kare no kaotsuki kara shite, nanika warui koto ga atta no darou.
From his facial expression, something bad must have happened.
Kono ryouri no mitame kara shite, oishikunasa sou da.
Judging from the appearance of this dish, it doesn't look delicious.
Kanojo no shiken seiseki kara shite, goukaku suru no wa muzukashii deshou.
Considering her test scores, it will be difficult for her to pass.
Sono eiga no taitoru kara shite, omoshirokunai to omou.
Judging from the title of the movie, I think it's not interesting.

Long explanation:

The 〜からして grammar point is used to emphasize that something is exceptional, unusual, or negative based on a particular aspect or point. Usually, this basis or starting point is mentioned before からして, and the conclusion or judgment is made thereafter.

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