Japanese めいく grammar meiku

Japanese めいく grammar meiku
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Japanese めいく grammar meiku :

JLPT level : N1

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Expresses the meaning “Seem like../ feel like..”. This structure is used with limited nouns.
Kaze ga dandan tsuyoku fui te, kion mo sagatte, fuyu mei te ki masu.
The wind gradually blows stronger, the temperature drops, winter is coming.
Ano hito ha itsumo hoka no hito no koto nitsuite hiniku mei ta koe de itte i masu.
That person always says in a sarcastic voice about other people.
Kono hanashi ha kare ga joudan mei te katari masu ga, hontouha juuyou na mondai desu.
He talks about this story with jokes, but actually it is an important issue.
Yoku hanashiai mashi ta ga, ketsuron mei ta koto ha mada derare nai.
I talked a lot about it, but I can not yet come up with the conclusion.
Kanojo no itta koto ha mina nitotte nazo mei te ki ta.
What she said seems like a mystery for everyone.

When wanting to qualify to nouns, use the structure 「NめいたN」(Examples 2, 4)

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