Japanese なんと…のだろう grammar nanto…nodarou

Japanese なんと…のだろう grammar nanto…nodarou
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Let’s learn Japanese なんと…のだろう grammar nanto…nodarou:

Formation :

なんと…Nなのだろう
なんとAな+なのだろう
なんとAい+のだろう

Meaning and how to use :

Describe the surprise, exclamatory, amazement at something great.

Example:

なんと面白い人なのだろう。
Nanto omoshiroi hito nano darou.
What an interesting person.

あの子はなんとかわいそうなのだろう。
Anoko ha nanto kawaisou nano darou.
That child is so pitiful, right?

なんと悲惨な場面なのだろう。子供に見せないほうがいい。
Nanto hisan na bamen nano darou. Kodomo ni misenai hou ga ii.
What a miserable scene. You should not show it to the children.

彼はなんとバカな人なのだろう。
Kare ha nanto baka na hito nano darou.
How foolish he is.

この動物はなんと賢いのだろう。人間の話が分かるようだ。
Kono doubutsu ha nanto kashikoi nodarou. Ningen no hanashi ga wakaru you da.
How clever this animal is. It seems to understand human language.

Note: This structure is similar to「なんてまあ」. It is used in writing. In speaking, it becomes「なんて…んだろう」

Above is Japanese なんと…のだろう grammar nanto…nodarou. If you don’t understand the signs we used in formation, you can find their meaning here : signs used in Japanese grammar structures.

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