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<< denakuteha | desire >>

によって・次第で・いかんで [によって・次第で・いかんで] (depend-correspond-group)
    Meaning: depending on, according to
    Example: depending on the weather
    JLPT Level: 2
    Category: lesson
    Author: dc

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 = depending on
depending on the weather
(also, "by" as in "by picasso")

 = according to

 = as soon
as soon as you can do it

 = as a result of
as a result of our consultation, i decided

 = according to
exercise according to your age

 = accordingly
no budget, so accordingly its cancelled

 each time

te = each time

w = on doing A, B occurred
at the time of climbed mt fuji, i found an interest in hiking

w = on the opportunity/occasion of
on the occasion of his visit to China, he met the Premier
(fml, wr)

------ 1級 ------

 = depending on
(fml, wr)



 
(dc)

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  Comments:  
MikiI don't think 次第(しだい)is used in a sentence like "as much as I remember". 
dcそうね。 I was thinking of 
私が覚える限り
apparently i didn't 覚える bery well.
 
BlueiceA次第B means B happnes right after A. 
seishunI don't think 次第(しだい) having 'depending on ' meaning, but i think it means 'little by little' 

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