点・てん - Grammar Discussion

aspect・respect
point・way
in terms of・in that
from the point of view

Structure

  • Verb + (で)
  • い-Adjective + (で)
  • な-Adjective + な + (で)
  • Noun + の + (で)
  • Phrase + という + (で)

[Used to express one aspect (a certain part, feature, etc) of something. Often used when comparing, expressing similarity, agreeing or disagreeing, etc.]

[という usually follows longer clauses but does not follow: いくつか、あらゆる、この、その、すべての、このほかの、etc.]

[という also does not follow if the “点” is directly modified like “細かい点” - fine aspect. という must follow direct quotations (quotations that end with ending particles like ね、わ、etc.)]

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Is this actually wrong? It’s in the にしたら grammar point.

That sentence has been updated and improved since then, if you have any other questions let us know!

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