よう [よう] (you)
Meaning: appearance, looks, seems
Example: A sound like rain falling
JLPT Level: 3
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|Amatuka||It's this one.|| |
|Amatuka||Technically the second example is a sentence fragment.|| |
|Amatuka||Formed from 'verb + you' or 'noun no you'|
V = verb
N = noun.
|bamboo4||It's okay, Amatuka, girls would love it!|
|Confused Child||Wait, isn't 'you-ni' "like" or "as" and 'you-na' "such as"?|
Like - Do as I do.
Such As - I don't like bad people such as liars.
|nexalacer||How does this work in the phrase そのような訳で?|| |
|gandal||I have come across the following example:|
How does よう in the above sentence differ from よう in this entry?.
For me よう in this sentence doesn't seem to fit any grammatical construction.
|dullian||と言うように in the second sentences still confuses me, could anyone elaborate a bit on it?|
I might think about と言う as defining「負けたら承知しないぞ」, but I can't grasp what follows from ように.
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