Decoded Slug: Noun も相まって (~mo aimatte)

Japanese JLPT Grammar Point
Noun も相まって (~mo aimatte)

Noun も相まって (~mo aimatte)

Short explanation:

Used to express that combined with something else, it caused a certain outcome


Noun + も相まって


Kikou mo aimatte, kono chiiki wa nougyou ni tekishiteimasu.
Combined with the climate, this area is suitable for agriculture.
Kare no sainou mo aimatte, kare wa kyuusoku ni shoushin shita.
Combined with his talent, he was rapidly promoted.
Gijutsu shinpo mo aimatte, watashitachi wa yori kouritsu-teki ni shigoto wo konasu koto ga dekiru you ni narimashita.
Combined with technological progress, we have become able to handle our work more efficiently.
Kare no doryoku mo aimatte, purojekuto wa seikou shimashita.
Combined with his efforts, the project was successful.

Long explanation:

The grammar point noun も相まって is used to express the meaning that, combined with something else, it caused a certain result. Literally, it translates to 'also contributes to'. It is generally used with nouns and points out that there are multiple contributing factors.

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