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Natural, as a matter of course in Japanese đŸ‡ŻđŸ‡”

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natural, as a matter of course べうぜん
How to say “natural, as a matter of course” in Japanese? “べうぜん”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “べうぜん” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on natural, as a matter of course in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the Japanese word 'べうぜん':
– Break it down: 'べう' (tou) and 'ぜん' (zen). Associating 'べう' with 'to' and 'ぜん' with 'zen' (meditation) can be helpful.
– Picture something that is natural or a given, like breathing during zen meditation, to connect it to the meaning "as a matter of course."

'べうぜん' (touzen) means something that is natural, obvious, or taken for granted, akin to the English expression "as a matter of course."

Other words that mean the same thing:
– è‡Ș然 (しぜん, shizen) – natural
– ćœ“ç„¶ăźă“ăš (べうぜんぼこべ, touzen no koto) – a matter of course
– ćœ“ăŸă‚Šć‰ (ă‚ăŸă‚ŠăŸăˆ, atarimae) – obvious, natural

Alternate meanings like slang:
'べうぜん' (touzen) doesn't have common slang meanings, but it is used in formal and casual contexts to emphasize that something is expected or obvious.

Examples of sentences that use 'べうぜん':
1. ăă‚ŒăŻăšă†ăœă‚“ăźç”æžœă ă€‚
– Sore wa touzen no kekka da.
– That is the natural result.

2. ćœŒăŒæ€’ă‚‹ăźăŻăšă†ăœă‚“ă ă€‚
– Kare ga okoru no wa touzen da.
– It is natural for him to get angry.

3. 搛がç–Čれどいるぼはべうぜんだ。
– Kimi ga trete iru no wa touzen da.
– It is natural that you are tired.

4. ćœŒć„łăŒć€±æœ›ă™ă‚‹ăźă‚‚ăšă†ăœă‚“ă ă€‚
– Kanojo ga subou suru no mo touzen da.
– It is also natural for her to be disappointed.

5. あăȘăŸăŒæˆćŠŸă™ă‚‹ăźăŻăšă†ăœă‚“ă ă€‚
– Anata ga seikou suru no wa touzen da.
– It is a matter of course that you succeed.

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