JLPT N4 Grammar (nado)


such as, things like ~

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Learn Japanese grammar: (nado). Meaning: such as, things like ~.

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Example #1

watashi wa shousetsu ya eiga nado ga suki desu.
I like things like novels, movies, and so on.
Example #2

watashi wa nooto, pen nado ga hitsuyou da.
I need pens, notebooks and so on.
Example #3

watashi wa kuruma nado totemo kaenai.
I can't afford to buy a car (or anything similar).
Example #4

ani no heya niwa rajio ya terebi nado ga takusan arimasu.
In my older brother's room, he has a lot of things like a radio, tv, etc..
Example #5

kono doubutsuen dewa suki na doubutsu ga takusan imasu. uma ya iruka nado imasu.
This zoo has a lot of animals that I like. Things like horses and dolphins, etc.
Example #6

kare wa yuushoku no koto nado sukkari wasureta.
He has completely forgotten about dinner (and other things).
Example #7

watashi no kaban no naka ni saifu ya kagi nado ga arimasu.
In my bags I have things like my wallet, keys, and so on.
Example #8

gakkou o yamete kaigai ni iku koto nado to itteiru.
He talks of things like leaving school and going abroad.
Example #9

kinsen o rouhi shiyou nado to wa yume ni mo kangaenai.
I wouldn’t dream of wasting money (or things of that nature).

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