Japanese  るように ないように grammar ruyouni naiyouni

Japanese  るように ないように grammar ruyouni naiyouniJapanese  る/ないよう(に) grammar ru/naiyou(ni) width=

Let’s learn Japanese  るように ないように grammar ruyouni naiyouni :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Expressing wishes that you and others want.


Kimi ga genkide sugosu you ni kami ni inotta.
I prayed to god for you to be well.

Douka kachimasu youni.
I hope to win.

Anata wa shiawase ni sugosu youni.
Hope you live happily.

Chichi ga hayaku kaifuku suru youni jinja ni yoku maitte negaimasu.
I often go to the shrine to pray for my father to recover quickly.

Imouto wa daigaku ni goukaku suru youni.
Hope my sister will pass university entrance exam.

Note: The following is often verbs like「祈る」、「念じる」、「望む」、「願う」、… . Sometimes,「よう(に)」can stand at the end of the sentence, before it is polite form. This structure is also often used to end speeches or letters.

Above is Japanese  る/ないよう(に) grammar ru/naiyou(ni). if you don’t understand the signs we used in fomation, you can find their meaning here : signs used in Japanese grammar structures.

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