Decoded Slug: Noun に する (Noun ni suru)

Japanese JLPT Grammar Point
Noun に する (Noun ni suru)

Noun に する (Noun ni suru)

Short explanation:

Used to indicate a choice or decision, 'to decide on' or 'to choose'.


Noun + に + する


Menyū kara piza ni shimashita.
I decided on pizza from the menu.
Tanjoubi purezento ni tokei ni suru tsumori desu.
I plan to choose a watch as a birthday present.
Kyou no gogo wa kaimono ni suru koto ni shimashita.
I decided to go shopping this afternoon.
Kaigai ryokou no mokutekichi toshite, Nihon ni suru.
I will choose Japan as the destination for my overseas trip.

Long explanation:

The grammar point 'Noun に する' is used to express making a choice or decision, which can be translated as 'to decide on' or 'to choose' in English. It is often used when deciding between different options or making a decision in various situations, such as choosing a menu item, deciding on a plan, or selecting a gift.

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