Decoded Slug: Noun + 前提で(~zentei de)

Japanese JLPT Grammar Point
Noun + 前提で(~zentei de)

Noun + 前提で(~zentei de)

Short explanation:

Expresses the condition or requirement for something to be established; 'on the assumption that', 'under the condition of'.


Noun + 前提で


Setsumei dekiru eigo-ryoku ga aru zentei de, kono shigoto o hikiuketekudasai.
Please accept this job on the assumption that you have English skills to explain.
Kare ga issho ni iku zentei de, ryokou no keikaku o tatemashita.
I planned the trip on the assumption that he would go together.
Seikou suru zentei de, kono purojekuto o susumeteimasu.
We are proceeding with this project on the assumption of success.
Ame ga furanai zentei de, pikunikku no junbi o shimashita.
I prepared for the picnic under the condition that it won't rain.

Long explanation:

The Noun + 前提で grammar point is used to define the premise, assumption or requirement necessary for some event or action. It can be translated as 'on the assumption that', 'under the condition of', or 'with the understanding that' in English. This grammar suggests that the following clause is established based on the premise stated before 前提で.

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