Japanese grammar dictionary

Japanese ように見える grammar younimieru
Japanese ように見える grammar younimieru

Let’s learn Japanese ように見える grammar younimieru :

JLPT level : N3

Formation :

Aな(bỏ な)+ように見える。

Meaning and how to use :

“Seemingly/ apparently” to express one’s opinion/feeling. It’s also used to describe the meanings “don’t judge the book by its cover”


Kanojo ha nani ka shinpai suru you ni mieru.
She looked worried about something

ano ko ha yasashii you ni mieru ga, jitsuha totemo namaiki desu yo.
That kid seems timid but actually he is very arrogant.

kanojo ha ureshii you ni mieru ga, keshou o shi te yuuutsu na kao o kakushi masu yo.
She looks happy, but she just made up to hide the gloomy face

kono daiyamondo ha nisemono no you ni mieru ne.
This diamond looks like a fake one

satou sensei ha wakaku te, gakusei no you ni mieru ne.
Ms. Satou is young and looks like a student

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