JLPT N1 Grammar (atte no)


which owes everything to

How to use


Learn Japanese grammar: (atte no). Meaning: which owes everything to; which can exist solely due to the presence of; whose existence is determined entirely by​.​

Example A)

okyaku sama atte no shigoto

a job which relies on customers / exists only with customers

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Example #1

kenkou na karada atte no jinsei desu.
Life is dependent on having a healthy body.
Example #2

okyaku sama atte no shigoto dakara, kotobadzukai ni ki wo tsukete kudasai.
Please be careful of the language you use around our customers since they are essential for our business.
Example #3

watashi no shiawase wa kazoku atte no mono da. minna byouki wo sezu genki de ite hoshii.
My happiness comes from my family. I wish everyone is able to live healthily without sickness.
Example #4

kenkou atte no jinsei da. fukenkou na mono wo tabenai youni ganbarimashou.
Our health is essential for our lives. Let's do our best to avoid eating unhealthy foods.

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