Japanese るのみだ grammar runomida
Let’s learn Japanese るのみだ grammar runomida :
Meaning and how to use :
Expressing the meaning of “just like that”, but there is also the case that expresses meaning “the speaker is in the state just before a certain action is performed.”In addition, it also means “only that movement is done”.
ryouri ga dekiagatu ta ima de ha taberu nomi da
The food has been cooked. Now just eat.
jijitsu wo iu nomi da
I just tell the truth.
omotu ta koto wo noberu
Just tell people what you think is okay.
watakushi ni zembu makaseru nomi de ii desu yo
It’s fine if you just leave everything to me.
kare no tohri ni yaru nomi desu
Just do as he does.
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