Japanese みたいな grammar mitaina

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Let’s learn Japanese みたいな grammar mitaina :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Expressing the meaning “like N”. This structure is used to show an example like N2 to visualize N2.


Ano hito wa ie no hashira mitaina takai hitoda.
That person is as tall as a house’s pillar.

Kono washoku wa Tai ryouri mitaina aji ga suru.
This Japanese dish tastes like Thai food.

Boku wa kyou no mitaina odayakana hi ga daisukidesu.
I like the peaceful days like today.

Kare wa sumou no mitaina futo tte iru hitoda.
He is as fat as Sumo.

Anoko wa puroyagu senshu no mitaina koda.
That kid is like a professional baseball player.

Note: Can change to the way of saying「NのようなN」 . There are many people mistaking for 「N ら し い N」. 「N み た い な N」 only gives one thing with the same characteristics as an example.

Related structures :

above is Japanese みたいな grammar mitaina. if you don’t understand the signs we used in fomation, you can find their meaning here : signs used in Japanese grammar structures.

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