Decoded Slug: A。すると B。(~suruto)

Japanese JLPT Grammar Point
A。すると B。(~suruto)

A。すると B。(~suruto)

Short explanation:

Indicates that when action A is done, action or event B follows; 'then', 'when', 'if'.


A (Sentence) + すると + B (Sentence)


Denwa wo kakeru to, kanojo ga demashita.
When I made the phone call, she answered.
Kono botan wo osu to, doa ga hirakimasu.
If you press this button, the door will open.
Konbini ni iku to, tamatama tomodachi ni aimashita.
When I went to the convenience store, I happened to meet my friend.
Kare ga ie wo deru to, sugu ni ame ga furihajimemashita.
As soon as he left the house, it started to rain.

Long explanation:

The A。すると B。grammar point is used to express that when action A is done or takes place, action or event B follows. It can be translated as 'then', 'when', or 'if' in English. It is used to show a natural consequence or result of action A.

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