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Grammar detail: に伴い(にともない)

に伴い(にともない) - along with
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noun
or
verb plain form + の
+
ともな
means
~ along with ~
It is used to link two descriptions of significant change. It does not imply that one change causes the other, but it does imply that they are connected.
ちきゅう
地球
きおん
気温
へんか
変化
する
ともな
かんきょう
環境
おせん
汚染
になりました
Along with climate change, the environment is becoming polluted.
It is often written in hiragana alone as にともない.
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Kanji used in this grammar

ハン   バン   ともな to accompany   
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チ   ジ    ground   
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2
キュウ   たま ball   
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3
キ   ケ    spirit   
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1
オン   あたた warm, genial   あたたかい warm   あたたまる to get warm   あたためる to heat   
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4
ヘン   unusual   かえる to alter, change   かわる to change   
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3
カ   ケ   ばける to change   
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3
カン    to surround, to ring   
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5
キョウ   ケイ   さかい boundary   
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4
オ   きたな dirty   けが to defile, stain   けがれる to be defiled   けがらわしい dirty, defiled   よご to make dirty   よごれる to be dirty   
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4
セン   し stain   しみる to soak in   そめる to dye   そまる to be dyed   
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5
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