Japanese によれば grammar niyoreba

Japanese によれば grammar niyoreba
Japanese によれば grammar niyoreba

Let’s learn Japanese によれば grammar niyoreba :

JLPT level : N3

Formation :

N + によれば

Meaning and how to use :

To convey information recieving from some sources. It’s similar to partern : によると niyoruto

for example

Watashi ga naraware ta koto ni yore ba, kono kotae ha machigai mashi ta.
As i learned, this anwer is wrong

shitte iru koto ni yore ba, kono kaisha ga tsubure te shimatta sou da.
From what i know, this company is over (gone bankruptcy).

keiken ni yore ba, kono shorui ha tadashii ten ga nai desu yo.
In my experience this document has nothing right.

haha no chokkan ni yore ba, musume ha doko ka nai te iru daro u.
From intuition of a mother, my daughter is crying at somewwhere

senpai ni yore ba, sono sensei ha chou gen shiku te, chiisai ten o chittomo minogashi nai yo.
According to my senior, this teacher is extremely strict and won’t ignore any small mistake

Note: によると and によれば Have the same meaning and pattern
Usually go with によれば:「そうだ」、「~という」、「~ということだ」、「~とのことだ」

Related structures :

によると niyoruto, ni yoruto
による niyoru, ni yoru
により niyori, ni yori
によって niyotte, ni yotte

above is Japanese によれば grammar niyoreba. 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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