Japanese めく grammar meku

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Let’s learn Japanese めく grammar meku :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Describing the meaning the subject has the properties, factors that N has. It only comes with limited nouns.


Kono chihou no tenki wa natsumeite kita.
The weather in this area is like summer.

Kanojo wa furansuhitodesuga, doitsunin meita akusento ga arimasu.
She is French but has an accent like a German.

Ano hito wa mou hatachinanoni, kodomo meita koudou ga yoku shimasu.
That person is already 20 years old but often behaves like a child.

Ano ko wa mada chuugakuseinanoni, tokidoki otona meita kangae ga arimasu.
That child is still a junior high school student but sometimes thinks like an adult.

Onna desuga, otoko meku sunde iru hito ga ooidesu.
Although they are female, there are many people living like men.

Note: When complementing for noun, we use「NめいたN」

Above is Japanese めく grammar meku. 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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