Japanese 何かと言うと grammar nanikatoiuto

Japanese 何かと言うと grammar nanikatoiuto
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Let’s learn Japanese 何かと言うと grammar nanikatoiuto:

Formation :

Meaning and how to use :

Describe the meaning “If someone says something…”. The following part of the sentence comes with the behavior that repeats many times of a person. We can also say「なにかにつけて」.


Kare ha nanka to iuto jibun no chousho wo ittebakariimasu.
If he talks about something, he always talks about his strong points.

Ryoushin ha nankatoiuto watahsi no chisai goro no hanashi wo hanashimasu.
If my parents talk something, they will talk about my childhood.

Anohito ha nanka toiuto supottsu nitsuite hanashimasu.
If he says something, he will talk about sports.

Takahashi san ha nankatoiuto sakka- no koto wo hanashimasu.
If Mr. Takahashi says something, he will talk about soccer.

Ano ko ha anmari doukyuusei to hanasanai. Hanasu toki ha nanka toiuto benkyou no koto desu.
That child doesn’t talk much with classmates. When saying something, he/she will talk about studying.

Above is Japanese 何かと言うと(なにかというと、nanikatoiuto) grammar nanikatoiuto. 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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