Japanese なる grammar naru

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Let’s learn Japanese なる grammar naru :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Describe the meaning “the change of something has reached a new stage”.


ame ga tsuyoku narimashita.
The rain has become heavy.

Konomachi ha nigiyaka ni narimashita.
This town has become lively.

Anosensei ha kibishiku narimashita.
That teacher has become strict.

Yuki chan ha dandan se ga takakunatteiru.
Yuki is getting taller gradually.

Kuizu ha muzukashikunaru junjo wo kimeraremasu.
The quizzes are arranged in order of getting more and more difficult.

Note: There is a difference between 「なる」 and「する」. It is:
+ 「する」expresses deliberate change of the incident and people impacted on it
+ 「なる」expresses the natural change of the incident

Above is Japanese grammar なる. In case you don’t understand the signs we used in formation, you can find out their meaning here : signs used in Japanese grammar structures.

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