Decoded Slug: ~の下で (〜no shita de)

Japanese JLPT Grammar Point
~の下で (〜no shita de)

~の下で (〜no shita de)

Short explanation:

Under the context or condition of; under.


Verb-casual + の下で, い-Adjective + の下で, な-Adjective + の下で, Noun + の下で


Sensei no shita de benkyou suru no wa totemo tanoshii desu.
Studying under the teacher is very enjoyable.
Seiten no shita de pikunikku wo shimashou.
Let's have a picnic under the clear sky.
Kinchoukan no shita de, kanojo wa supiichi ni seikou shimashita.
Under the pressure, she succeeded in her speech.
Oya no aijou no shita de, kodomo-tachi wa shiawase ni sodachimasu.
Under the love of their parents, the children grow up happily.

Long explanation:

The ~の下で grammar point is used to express that something occurs under a certain context, condition, or circumstance. It can be translated as 'under' or 'in' in English. The formation is simple, as it can be used with verbs, い-adjectives, な-adjectives, and nouns.

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