Learn JLPT N2 Grammar (to iu mono da)

Meaning

something like~; something called~

How to use

Verb (dictionary)というものだ
というものがある
Noun
なadj
いadj

Learn Japanese grammar: (to iu mono da). Meaning: something like~; something called~.

This grammar can be used in various ways:

  • to introduce oneself
  • to explain / highlight something
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Example #1

山田ケンと申します。
watashi wa yamada ken to iu mono desu.
My name is Ken Yamada.
Example #2

誰にでも好みがある
dare ni demo konomi to iu mono wa arimasu.
Everyone has their own preferences.
Example #3

無理押している
sore wa murioshi to iu mono da.
That's forcing things too much.
Example #4

理性がある
ningen ni wa risei to iu mono ga aru.
Humans are rational beings.

Vocabulary List

KanjiKanaEnglish
誰にでもだれにでもanyone
好みこのみpreference
無理押しむりおしby force
理性りせいreason

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