Native Camp 文法中級の総まとめ ⑥ 接続詞
“They had evidence that my neighbor is the killer."
“I have her promise that she will be there today."
“I know the fact that Japanese food is healthy."
① ～ when ・・・：・・・の時に～
② When・・・, ～： ・・・の時に～
③ ～, when・・・：「するとその時に・・・」「そしてそれから・・・」となる
・as soon as
① “I could play the piano when I was ten years old."
② “When my wife came home, I was watching TV."
③ “We got up at six, when I took a shower."
“While they were facing one problem, they found another problem."
“You shouldn’t use your cell phone while driving."
“She often wore a coat while in Canada."
「as soon as」
“As soon as the hurricane left, he went to the farm to help people."
“As soon as I find out about it, I will let you know."
“As soon as I smelled the milk, I found it rotten. “
“The moment I saw her, I fell in love with her."
“The moment she saw the stalker, she started screaming."
“The moment I called him stupid, I regretted it. “
・S is so ～（副詞か形容詞） that・・・
・S is such ～（名詞）that・・・
“I was so sad (that) I couldn’t talk."
“These jeans are so loose (that) I can’t wear them."
“It was such a great book (that) I read it twice."
“He is such an ideal man (that) I can hardly believe he’s real."
・because / just because ～, doesn’t mean ・・・
“Because it was raining today, I stayed home."
“Just because I’m nice to Lisa, doesn’t mean I love her."
“Since it was raining today, I stayed home."
“I need to replace the battery soon since it’s getting old."
“As it was raining today, I stayed home."
・as long as：～しさえすれば、～する限りは
“Even if you need money, you must not steal it from others."
“You must not hit women even if you get very angry at them."
“Unless you study hard, you won’t pass the exam."
“Leave me alone unless you know how to solve this problem."
“Once I get there, everything will be okay."
“They promised to call me once they get there safely."
「as long as」
“As long as you stay with the police, you are safe."
“I won’t sue the company as long as my family is safe."
・whether："or not" を付けても付けなくても良い。付けると強調の意味になる。
・if：whetherより口語的、ただし意味が紛らわしい場合はwhetherを使う。"or not" は不可
“I don’t care whether they like my idea or not."
“I wonder whether or not he loves me."
“Whether he is coming or not, it doesn’t make a big difference to me."
“Let me know if they agree with you."
“I wonder if your parents like the idea."
“He is not certain if he explores the world by himself."