Japanese とやら grammar toyara
Let’s learn Japanese とやら grammar toyara :
Meaning and how to use :
Describe the meaning “or whatever, or something like that…”. It is often used with the names of something or someone that we don’t remember correctly.
Yamada san to yara kara denwa ga arimasu yo.
There is a phone call from someone called Yamada.
Kono ryouri ha “bibigussu” to yara yobaremasu.
This dish is called “Bibigukksu” or something like that.
Ano burando ha “XXX” to yara desu.
That brand is “XXX” or something like that.
Satou san to yara ha kimi ni tsutaetai koto ga arimasu yo.
Someone called Sato or something has something to tell you.
Kono kikai ha “ACE” to yara yobaremasu.
This machine is called “ACE” or something like that.
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