Japanese どこか grammar dokoka

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Let’s learn Japanese どこか grammar dokoka :

Formation :

Meaning and how to use :

Describe the meaning “somewhere”.

Example:

あの子はどこか息子に似ているところがある。
Anoko ha dokoka musuko ni niteiru tokoro ga aru.
That child is similar to my son in some way.

ここでどこか親しい感じがする。
Koko de dokoka shitashii kanji ga suru.
I feel so closed to this place in some way.

どこか正しくないところがありそうだ。
Dokoka tadashikunai tokoro ga arisou da.
There seems to be something wrong.

このロボットはどこか他の部分に合わないところがあるようだ。
Kono robotto ha dokoka hoka no bubun ni awanai tokoro ga aru you da.
There seems to be somewhere that doesn’t fit with the other parts of this robot.

どこか変だ。
dokoka hen da.
Something is wrong here.

Written above is the Japanese grammar structure どこか grammar dokoka. In case you do not understand the signs that we used in the formation part above, you can find out their meanings here in this post: signs used in Japanese grammar structures.

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