Japanese なにやら grammar naniyara
Let’s learn Japanese なにやら grammar naniyara :
なにやら + clause
Meaning and how to use :
The grammar structure describes the meaning “something, for some reason…”
Kono e ha naniyara hen na tokoro ga arisou da.
This picture seems to have something strange about it.
Ano hito ha naniyara baka na koto wo iitasouda.
That person seems to have said something really stupid.
Kare ha naniyara boku ni niyaniya waratta.
That guy grinned at me for some reason.
Something is inappropriate.
Naniyara zatsuon ga shiteiru.
There seems to be some noise.
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