JLPT N2 Grammar (tokoro o miru to)

Meaning

judging from; seeing that~

How to use

Verb (casual)ところを見ると
tokoro o miru to ところを見ると ところをみると jlpt n2 grammar meaning 文法 例文 japanese flashcards

Learn Japanese grammar: 【ところをみると】(tokoro o miru to). Meaning: judging from; seeing that~.


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Example #1

かのじょはラーメンをたべているところをみると、ダイエットはやめたんだね。
kanojo wa raamen o tabete iru tokoro o miru to, daietto wa yametan da ne.
Judjing from the fact that she's eating ramen, she must have quit her diet.
Example #2

かおがあかくなっているところをみると、わたしがいったことはほんとうだ。
kao ga akaku natteiru tokoro o miru to, watashi ga itta koto wa hontou da.
Seeing their face turn red means that what I said must have been true.
Example #3

うれしいかおをしているところをみると、かのじょはN2をごうかくしただろう。
ureshii kao o shite iru tokoro o miru to, kanojo wa N2 o goukaku shita darou.
Judging from her happy face, she likely passed the N2.
Example #4

こわがることなくちかづいていくところをみると、かのじょはいぬすきかもしれない。
kowagaru koto naku chikaduite iku tokoro o miru to, kanojo wa inu suki kamo shirenai.
Seeing her approach without fear, she might like dogs.
Example #5

おおぜいのきゃくがぎょうれつしているところをみると、ケーキやはとてもおおいしいようだ。
oozei no kyaku ga gyouretsu shite iru tokoro o miru to, keekiya wa totemo oishii you da.
Judging from the large crowd, the cake shop seems to be very delicious.
Example #6

そのかいしゃ、いつもしゃいんをぼしゅうしているところをみると、ひとがすぐにやめてしまうのかなあ。
sono kaisha, itsumo shain o boshuu shite iru tokoro o miru to, hito ga sugu ni yamete shimau no ka naa.
Seeing as how that company is always hiring, I wonder if everyone quits right away.
Example #7

たいりょうにうれのこっているところをみると、にんきがないらしい。
tairyou ni urenokotteiru tokoro o miru to, ninki ga nai rashii.
Judging from the large number of unsold items, this does not seem to be very popular.
Example #8

しかられてなにもいわないところをみると、やっぱりはんせいしているんだろう。
shikararete nanimo iwanai tokoro o miru to, yappari hansei shiteiru n darou.
Seeing how they are not saying anything back as they are scolded, they are likely reflecting on their actions.

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