Japanese に慣れる(になれる) grammar ninareru
Let’s learn Japanese に慣れる(になれる) grammar ninareru :
JLPT level : N3
Meaning and how to use :
1. Means “be used to doing something” when you are in a situation for a long time or you gain many experiences in doing something.
Nihongo o tsukatte hanasu koto ni nareru.
I’m used to using Japanese to speak.
kanojo ni mainichi monku o iwareru koto ni nareru.
I was used to being complaining by her everyday.
maiasa oki te kara sugu kōhī o nomu koto ni nareru.
I was used to drinking coffee immediately after waking up.
2. Describe something, situation, state that potentially change into another one.
yuumei na haiyuu ni nareru yume ha muri da to omoi masu.
I think the dream to become a famous actor isn’t impossibly to come true.
o kanemochi ni nareru hito ha hontouni saiwai na hito da.
People becoming rich are also people who are very lucky.
seiji ka ni nareru nara, zettai ni wairo butsu o morawa nai.
If I become an politician, I determinedly never corrupt.
Note : “に慣れる” is Potential Form of “になる”。
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