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と言うと, というと

  • toiuto



  • if one were to speak of ..., then certainly
  • if it were the case that ..., then certainly
  • if it were a ..., then certainly
  • phrase used to indicate the inevitability of what follows it (based on what precedes it)


  • so that means (when used in sentence-initial position)

Examples of と言うと,というと in a Sentence

We associate the name of Darwin with The Origin of Species.
I associate strawberries with shortcake.
We tend to associate politicians with hypocrisy.
As far housing goes, it is very poor in Japan.
Divorce tends to be associated with a negative image.
We usually connect Americans with freedom.

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