Japanese みたいに grammar mitaini
Let’s learn Japanese みたいに grammar mitaini :
Meaning and how to use :
Describing the feature, state, shape, .. of things by stating other things have similarities. Often translated as “like …”
Ano hito wa arashi mitai ni hayaku hashitte iru.
That person is running at a speed as fast as a storm.
Yamadasan wa puro na hito mitai ni happyou shimashita.
Mr. Yamada made a speech as a professional.
Shichou wa bakamitai ni happyou shita.
The mayor spoke like a fool.
Doushite kare wa taisetsunahito no dare ka nakushita mitai ni sabishii no.
Why is he sad as if someone important had just died?
Jitsuwa kare no koto ga shiranainoni kare wa watashi ga shiriai mitai ni tetsudatta.
In fact, I didn’t know him, but he helped me as if I were an acquaintance.
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