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Decoded Slug: Noun に即して Verb (〜ni soku shite ~)

Japanese JLPT Grammar Point
Noun に即して Verb (〜ni soku shite ~)

Noun に即して Verb (〜ni soku shite ~)

Short explanation:

The grammar point Noun に即して Verb is used to mean 'to act in accordance with', 'in line with' or 'based on'.


Noun + に即して + Verb


Kaisha no porishi ni soku shite koudo shimashou.
Let's act in accordance with the company's policy.
Houritsu ni soku shite hantei o kudasu koto ga juuyou desu.
It's important to make judgments in accordance with the law.
Kare no iken ni soku shite, puran o henkou shimashita.
Based on his opinion, we changed the plan.
Ruuru ni soku shite koudo sureba, mondai wa okimasen.
If we act in accordance with the rules, there will be no problem.

Long explanation:

The formation Noun に即して Verb is used when someone is doing something based on or in accordance with some norms, rules, decisions or principles. This structure is often used in business or official contexts.

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