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Grammar detail: を通じて(をつうじて)

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JLPT:
を通じて(をつうじて) - through ~
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を通じて
means
through ~ (something resulted)
, or
through (a period of time)
どくしょ
読書
つう
じて
おお
ことば
言葉
しゅうとく
習得
される

Many words are acquired through reading.
トムマイク
たが
ゆうじん
友人
つう
じて
った

Tom and Mike became acquainted through their mutual friends.
この
くに
ねんかん
年間
つう
じて
きおん
気温
へんどう
変動
ほとんどない
This country has an even temperature throughout the year.
Note that the expression can be read as をつうじて or をとおして. Grammatically they are equivalent. In speech, をつうじて is more common.
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Kanji used in this grammar

ツ   ツウ   とお to pass through   とお to let pass   かよ to commute   
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ドク   トク   トウ   よ to read   
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ショ   か to write   
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タ   おお many   
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ゲン   ゴン   say; word   こと word, saying   い to say   
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ヨウ   leaf   は leaves   
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シュウ   なら to learn   
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トク    profit   え    う to acquire   
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ゴ   たが mutual, reciprocal   
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ユウ   とも friend   
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ジン   ニン   ひと man   
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チ   し to know   
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ゴウ   ガッ   カッ   あ to fit, come together   あわす to match   あわせる to unite, join   
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コク   くに country   
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ネン   とし year   
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カン   ケン   あいだ interval, between   ま space, room   
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キ   ケ    spirit   
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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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ヘン   unusual   かえる to alter, change   かわる to change   
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ドウ   うご to move, to stir   うごかす to shift, to move   
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