Decoded Slug: Noun からする (Noun kara suru)

Japanese JLPT Grammar Point
Noun からする (Noun kara suru)

Noun からする (Noun kara suru)

Short explanation:

Used to indicate that something is judged, estimated, or considered from a certain point or aspect.


Noun + からする


Kare no taido kara suru to, kare wa sono keikaku ni hantai shiteiru you da.
Judging from his attitude, he seems to be against the plan.
Kono resutoran no fun'iki kara suru to, ryouri mo subarashii hazu da.
Judging from the atmosphere of this restaurant, the food must be wonderful.
Kanojo no seiseki kara suru to, kanojo wa hijou ni benkyou nesshin na hito deshou.
Judging from her grades, she must be a very diligent student.
Sono kaisha no seicho-ritsu kara suru to, shouraiteki ni wa ooki na rieki o erareru deshou.
From the growth rate of the company, it seems likely to gain substantial profits in the future.

Long explanation:

The grammar point Noun からする is used to express estimation or judgement based on a given aspect or point. It can translate to 'to judge from', 'from the viewpoint of', 'to estimate from' in English. It helps to express an opinion or observation based on a particular aspect or feature of something or someone.

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