Japanese あたかも grammar atakamo

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Let’s learn Japanese あたかも grammar atakamo :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Express the meaning ‘just like ..’ Used to explain a state by taking another state as an example, although in reality they are different , but the appearance is very similar.


Jinsei wa atakamo uchuu ga mabataki suru no youna mijikai shunkanda.
Life is a short moment as if the universe blinks.

Kyou wa atakamo fuyu no hi no youda.
Today looks like a winter day.

Kanojo no sugata ga atakamo me no mae ni arawasu ka no youda.
Her appearance seemed to appear before my eyes.

Sore wa atakamo ichiji no yume nogotoshi.
It was like a temporary dream.

Kare no hanashi wa atakamo watashi no koto wo anji suru ka no youda.
His story sounds like it’s implying me.

Note: Often used in writing or in novels, it is hardly used in intimate speech. When speaking「まるで」、「ごとし」can change into「ごとき」、「ごとく」.

Above is Japanese あたかも grammar atakamo. If you don’t understand the signs we used in formation, you can find their meaning here : signs used in Japanese grammar structures.

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