JLPT N2 Grammar (dou yara)

Meaning

possibly; apparently; seems like; somehow; barely~

How to use

どうやらphrase
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Learn Japanese grammar: (dou yara). Meaning: possibly; apparently; seems like; somehow; barely~.


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Example #1

どうやらあしたはあめになりそうだ。
dou yara ashita wa ame ni nari sou da.
Apparently, it's going to rain tomorrow.
Example #2

どうやら、かれはしらないらしい。
dou yara, kare wa shiranai rashii.
It seems he doesn’t know.
Example #3

どうやらごかいがあるようだ。
dou yara gokai ga aru you da.
There appears to be a misunderstanding.
Example #4

こんばんはどうやらゆきがふりそうだ。
konban wa dou yara yuki ga furi sou da.
Apparently, it is going to snow tonight.
Example #5

どうやらにほんのせいかつになれてきた。
dou yara nihon no seikatsu ni narete kita.
Somehow, I finally started getting used to life in Japan.
Example #6

どうやらうんおつきだ。
dou yara un no tsuki da.
It seems like my luck has ran out.
Example #7

かれがどうやらさいふをいえにわすれた。
kare ga dou yara saifu o ie ni wasureta.
It looks like he left his wallet at home.
Example #8

どうやらきみわかのじょといっしょになるうんめいのようだ。
dou yara kimi wa kanojo to isshoni naru unmei no you da.
It seems like you and her are meant to be together.

Vocabulary List

KanjiKanaEnglish
晴れるはれるto be sunny
運の尽きうんのつきrun out of luck
かれhe
財布さいふwallet
運命うんめいfate

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