Japanese なぜか grammar nazeka
Let’s learn Japanese なぜか grammar nazeka :
Meaning and how to use :
Describe the meaning “don’t know why…”. This structure is often used when something is going to contrary to prediction or feeling of the speaker.
Kare wo manekanakatta noni kare ga naze ka kuru ka wakaranai.
I don’t know why he came although I didn’t invite him.
Nazeka ki ga dashinai you da.
Somehow I don’t feel like doing anything.
Nazeka suppai mono wo tabetai.
Somehow I would love to eat some sour food.
Nazeka manatsu no you ni ase ga deru.
I don’t know why I sweat like in the middle of summer.
Nazeka ima kareshi no koe wo kikitai.
Somehow I want to hear my boyfriend’s voice now.
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