Japanese やなにか grammar yananika

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Let’s learn Japanese やなにか grammar yananika :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Expresses the meaning “the same, equivalent to”. While「Nかなにか」means 「Nのようなもの」 , 「Nやなにか」means in addition to N, there are other things. This structure in many cases goes with the assistant words.

sabishii toki ya nani ka de ano hito ha zutto watakushi no soba ni iru
While I’m lonely or something, that person stays by my side all the time.

tenki ga warui hi ya nani ka de tsumuri ga itaku naru
In bad weather days or something like that, my head gets hurt.

zetsubou no toki ya nan ka kono uta wo kii te iru
Whenever I am in despair or something like that, I listen to this song.

tei ga darui toki ya nan ka kono nomimono wo non de sugu ki ga dashi masu
Whenever my body is tired or something like that, I drink this, then I immediately get better.

yame tai ki ga suru toki ya nan ka machi wo urouro shi te rirakkusu shi masu
Whenever I want to give up or something, I often go around in town and relax.

Note: In informal speaking, it becomes「やなんか」

Above is Japanese やなにか grammar yananika. 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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