Japanese ようになる grammar youninaru

Japanese ようになる grammar youninaruJapanese ようになる grammar youninaru

Let’s learn Japanese ようになる grammar youninaru :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Describe the meaning “a thing that changed from impossible state into possible state”. This structure often goes with the potential form.


Ima umaku eigo wo hanaseruyouninarimashita.
I can speak English well now.

Joushi ha saikin monku wo iwanai you ni natta.
Recently, my boss has not complaint anything.

Genzai watashi ha nihon no seikatsu ni nareru youni natta.
I am now getting used to Japanese life.

Kodomo no goro oboreagatta node kowakute oyogenai youni narimashita.
I was almost drowned when I was a kid, so I got scared and became unable to swim anymore.

Izen ha osake wo nomenai ga, ima nomeru you ni narimashita.
I can’t drink alcohol before, but now I can.

Above is Japanese grammar youninaru. 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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