という風に [というふうに] (fuuni)
Meaning: in that way
Example: hold it like this
JLPT Level: 2
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|Miki||As for the thrird example, 持って下さい。is correct.|| |
|bamboo4||In the first example, you have to add "He shook his head" at the beginnig of the sentence.|| |
|yookoso||IT seems I have often heard "ko iu fuuni" - is this the same as "konna fuuni"? Maybe spoken vs. written? || |
|lucien||why not jiko wo okosu in example #? thx|| |
|Miki||# kanji is different. 事故に遭う. |
あんな風に運転していたら、きっと事故を起こすよ。is also ok. If he keeps driving like that he will definitely invite an accident.
|bamboo4||Yes, "konna fuuni" is more colloqual.|| |
|Jiti||Is 'fuuni' same as 'youni'?|| |
|Miki||yes. but you cannot always replace 'fuuni' with 'youni'.|| |
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