Japanese grammar かのように/かのような/かのようだ kanoyouni/ kanoyouna/ kanoyouda

Japanese grammar かのように/かのような/かのようだ kanoyouni/ kanoyouna/ kanoyouda

Let’s learn Japanese grammar かのように/かのような/かのようだ kanoyouni/ kanoyouna/ kanoyouda :

JLPT level : N2

Formation :

V る/Vた + かのように/かのようなN/かのようだ

Meaning and how to use :

Describe the meaning “A thing/things that have the shape,gestures, feelings that it looks like … when even though it is not.” There are many cases in which offer fictional, contradictory facts to the truth.

For example

Kanojo ha hito o koroshi ta ka no you na osoroshii kao o shi te iru.
She showed a frightened face as though she killed someone.

kon nigatsu no naka de aru ka no you ni soto ga samui.
It’s cold outside like February.

ano hito ha dai jiko ga okotta ka no you ni awate te i masu.
That man gets panic as if there is a serious accident.

musuko ha jibun de mi ta koto ga aru ka no you ni hanashi mashi ta.
My son told a story as if he has ever seen it before.

ano ko ha kawaii. Iki te iru ningyou de aru ka no you da.
That child is so pretty like an alive doll.

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above is Japanese grammar かのように/かのような/かのようだ kanoyouni/ kanoyouna/ kanoyouda. if you don’t understand the signs we used in fomation, you can find their meaning here : signs used in Japanese grammar structures.

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