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When it comes to A; if it turns out that A
2
              そう   
He looks really happy when he's playing.
1
いざ         となると       
I get nervous when the time comes to meet her parents.

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Construction
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ANoun
となると
Basic Examples:
となると (when it comes to him)

AVerb: Casual
となると
Basic Examples:
となると (when it comes to paying)

ANoun
となれば
ANoun
となったら
AVerb: Casual
となれば
AVerb: Casual
となったら
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This expression means something like, in comparison to other matters, this one is more important. When it comes to *this* matter, ....

It is a stronger form of the は marker. It not only singles out a topic, but it also suggests that this topic is more important.

"~ とすると" is similar to "~ となると”
However, とすると is more hypothetical or theoretical, and となると is more of a real possibility:
となると: If it is so that [A]; If [A] comes to be
とすると: Let's say that [A]; If we were to assume that [A]
9 years ago
avatar solostyle - Level 1

Discussion about this grammar
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Years Studied: 7
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Level: 1, : 2

~となれば

~となったら


Are also possible constructions.

1
5 years ago
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Correct! I have added them in so the definition is more complete.

0
5 years ago



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