Japanese なにか grammar nanika

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Let’s learn Japanese なにか grammar nanika :

Formation :

Meaning and how to use :

Usage 1
Describe something that you don’t know about it well.


Kare ni purezento suru mono ha naika ga ii ka.
What type of present should I give him?

Kono kikai no bubun ha nanika kowashita you da.
Some parts of this machine seems to be broken.

nanika machigatta you da.
Seems like something went wrong.

Usage 2
Describe the meaning “don’t know why”, “don’t know what”.


Ano hito ha Tanaka san ni nani ka itteimashita.
That person said something to Mr. Tanaka.

Kanojo ha nanika ureshisou ni naru.
She looks happy about something.

Nanika geragera shitai.
Somehow I want to laugh.

Note: This is the simple way of saying「なにか」 , use in speaking.

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