Decoded Slug: Noun を前提にして (Noun wo zentei ni shite)

Japanese JLPT Grammar Point
Noun を前提にして (Noun wo zentei ni shite)

Noun を前提にして (Noun wo zentei ni shite)

Short explanation:

Assuming; presupposing; on the assumption of.


Noun + を前提にして


Kouten wo zentei ni shite, ashita no pikunikku no keikaku wo tatemashita.
We planned tomorrow's picnic assuming fine weather.
Kanojo no goukaku wo zentei ni shite, iwai no paatii no junbi wo hajimemashita.
We started preparing for the celebration party assuming her passing the exam.
Keizai seichou wo zentei ni shite, yosan-an ga tsukurareta.
The budget was made on the assumption of economic growth.
Kare no sanka wo zentei ni shite, kaigi no nittei wo kimemashita.
We decided the meeting schedule assuming his participation.

Long explanation:

The grammar point 'Nounを前提にして' is used to express that something is done assuming or presupposing something. In English, it can be translated as 'assuming', 'presupposing', or 'on the assumption of'. The pattern takes a noun directly.

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