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いま しごとを かたづけて しまえば あすは らくが できる **というわけ** です


わけです is used to state the reason of an incident.  

However,in this case it seems to be different.

Can someone help clarifying the above use of というわけ?

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「[今]{いま}、[仕事]{しごと}を[片付]{かたづ}けてしまえば、[明日]{あす}は[楽]{らく}ができるというわけです。」

In this context, 「わけ」 is used to say that as a result of Action A, Situation B will naturally occur.

Action A: 今、仕事を片付けてしまう (finish one's work now)

Situation B: 明日は楽ができる (one could relax a bit tomorrow)

  • Is there any difference between わけです and というわけです.Could we say '明日あすは楽らくができるわけです' as well? – IUnknown Nov 30 '14 at 1:40
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That expression is something like "the point of the scheme is ...", and it's still a kind of reason for what they are doing.

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