代わりに [かわりに] (kawarini-2)
Meaning: to make up for, in exchange for
Example: .. but to make up for it I will work later
JLPT Level: 2
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|（Verb)た ＋ 代わりに (B) - |
An action has taken place and in order to make up for that someody does (B).
I taught Tom Japanese, so (to make up for it) he taught me English
（Adj) い ＋ 代わりに
（Adj) な ＋ 代わりに
This is like が、けれど、しかし etc, but has the added meaning of compensation or balancing.
The apartment was expensive but it was convenient
(in a way that makes the expensiveness of the seem not as bad)
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|bluntcrayon||the ex #1167 is not the right form for this one. It belongs in the kawari ni (1) section).|
The subordinate clause should be in past tense for it to convey "in order to make up for it".
so should be 昼間遊んだ代わりに夜勉強するつもりだ。
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