JLPT N3 Grammar (ni shite wa)


for; considering it’s (something or someone)

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Learn Japanese grammar: (ni shite wa). Meaning: for; considering it’s (something or someone).

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Example #1

ima 4 gatsu ni shite wa, chotto atsui desu ne.
It's a bit hot for April.
Example #2

hajimete keeki o tsukutta ni shite wa, jouzu ni dekimashita ne.
You did a good job with the cake considering it was your first time.
Example #3

ano hito wa 50 sai ni shite wa, zuibun wakaku mieru.
That person looks considerably young for 50.
Example #4

gaikokujin ni shite wa nihongo ga jouzu da.
For a foreigner, his Japanese is very good.
Example #5

kono ko wa shougakusei ni shite wa zuibun shikkari shite iru.
For an elementary school student, this kid sure has himself in order.
Example #6

kare wa benkyou shinakatta ni shite wa, ii ten ga toreta.
For someone who didn't do their homework, he still managed to get a decent score.
Example #7

ragubii senshu ni shite wa, karada ga chiisai yo ne.
For a rugby athlete, their body is pretty small.
Example #8

kare wa, takushii untenshu ni shite wa michi o shiranai.
He’s a taxi driver yet he doesn’t know the road.
Example #9

kare wa shinnyuu shain ni shite wa, denwa outai ga jouzu da.
Considering he just entered the company, he is really good at handling phone calls.

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