Japanese なぜか grammar nazeka

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Let’s learn Japanese なぜか grammar nazeka :

Formation :

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.

Example:

彼を招かなかったのに彼がなぜか来るか分からない。
Kare wo manekanakatta noni kare ga naze ka kuru ka wakaranai.
I don’t know why he came although I didn’t invite him.

なぜか気が出しないようだ。
Nazeka ki ga dashinai you da.
Somehow I don’t feel like doing anything.

なぜかすっぱいものを食べたい。
Nazeka suppai mono wo tabetai.
Somehow I would love to eat some sour food.

なぜか真夏のように汗が出る。
Nazeka manatsu no you ni ase ga deru.
I don’t know why I sweat like in the middle of summer.

なぜか今彼氏の声を聞きたい。
Nazeka ima kareshi no koe wo kikitai.
Somehow I want to hear my boyfriend’s voice now.

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