Japanese みたいだ grammar mitaida

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Let’s learn Japanese みたいだ grammar mitaida :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Expressing the comparisons based on the listeners’ perception about the state, character…


Anatatte kyuu sai nanoni marude otona mitaidesu ne.
You’re 9 years old but you look like an adult. Kanojo wa hazukashiku hanashite imasu. Uso wo tsuite iru mitaida.
She is talking shyly as if she lied.

Denki ga kiete shimatta. Kare wa neta mitaidesu.
The light was off. It seems that he went to bed.

Kinou no koto wa zenzen oboenai. Kioku ga nakunatta mitaida.
I do not remember anything about yesterday. It seems that memory has gone.

Chichi ga okotte iru mitaida. Kowai.
My father seems to be angry. Scary.

Note: This is often used in speaking. When women use it, leave the word “だ” at the end of the sentence.

Above is Japanese みたいだ grammar mitaida. 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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