Decoded Slug: ~からといって (〜kara to itte)

Japanese JLPT Grammar Point
~からといって (〜kara to itte)

~からといって (〜kara to itte)

Short explanation:

Expresses 'just because...doesn't mean' or 'even though...not necessarily'.


Verb-casual + からといって, い-Adjective + からといって, な-Adjective + だからといって, Noun + だからといって


Ame ga futta kara to itte, shiai ga chuushi ni naru wake de wa arimasen.
Just because it rained doesn't mean the game will be canceled.
Kare ga yuumei da kara to itte, kare no iken ga itsumo tadashii wake de wa nai.
Just because he is famous doesn't mean his opinions are always correct.
Kono suupu ga karai kara to itte, subete no hito ga karai to kanjiru wake de wa nai.
Just because this soup is spicy doesn't mean everyone will find it spicy.
Kanojo ga naiteiru kara to itte, kanashii wake de wa nai kamoshirenai.
Just because she is crying doesn't necessarily mean she's sad.

Long explanation:

The ~からといって grammar point is used to convey that even though something is true or valid, it does not necessarily mean that a certain result, action or conclusion will occur. It can be translated as 'just because...doesn't mean' or 'even though...not necessarily' in English. The formation differs depending on whether it is used with a verb, い-adjective, な-adjective, or noun.

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