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Grammar detail: つもりで

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JLPT:
つもりで - having the intention of
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clause A plain form
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つもりで
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clause B
means 'with the intention of doing A, B happened / I did B etc.
When clause B is an alternative action to clause A, this would typically be translated as 'instead of doing A, I did B'.
うんどう
運動
したつもり
ある
いて
った

Instead of exercising, I went for a walk.
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See also:
  • verb plain form + つもりです - intention

Kanji used in this grammar

ウン   carry; luck   はこ to carry   
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ドウ   うご to move, to stir   うごかす to shift, to move   
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ホ   フ   ブ   ある    あゆ to walk   
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コウ   ギョウ   アン   ゆ    い to go   おこな to take place   
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