Japanese ふと grammar futo

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Let’s learn Japanese ふと grammar futo :

Formation :

Meaning and how to use :

Describe the meaning “accidentally/ unexpectedly/ suddenly”. It is used when doing something accidentally, without any reason or purpose.

Example:

親しい声が聞こえて、ふと立ち止まった。
Shitashii koe ga kikoete, futo tachi domatta.
I heard a familiar voice so I stopped suddenly.

ふとおかしい意見を思い出した。
Futo okashi iken wo omoidashita.
I suddenly came up with a funny idea.

ふとあの日のことが頭に浮かんだ。
Futo ano hi no koto ga atama ni ukanda.
That day suddenly came to my mind.

ふと彼女の話を思い出した。
Futo kanojo no hanashi wo omoidashita.
I suddenly remembered her story.

留学するときふと親の声が聞こえることもある。
Ryuugakusuru toki futo oya no koe ga kikoeru koto mo aru.
When I was studying abroad, sometimes I suddenly heard my parents’ voice.

Note: It goes with the words that describe psychological fluctuations such as「考える/思う/思い出す/むなしくなる/さびしくなる」to express that you suddenly remembered something but you don’t know why.

Above is Japanese ふと grammar futo. 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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