JLPT N4 Grammar (mitai da)

Meaning

like, similar to, resembling

How to use

Verb (casual)みたい(だ)
Noun + (だった)
な-adjective + (だった)
い-adjective
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Learn Japanese grammar: (mitai da). Meaning: like, similar to, resembling.

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Example #1

ゆめみたいだ。
yume mitai da.
It's like a dream come true.
Example #2

そとは、なつみたいだよ。
soto wa, natsu mitai da yo.
It's like summer outside.
Example #3

なんとなくあめみたいだ。
nantonaku ame mitai da.
It looks like it's going to rain.
Example #4

かれはすこしつかれてるみたいだ。
kare was sukoshi tsukareteru mitai da.
He looks a little tired.
Example #5

どうやらたべすぎたみたいだ。
douyara tabesugita mitai da.
I'm afraid I've eaten too much.
Example #6

このパソコンはこわれているみたいだ。
kono pasokon wa kowareteiru mitai da.
It seems like this computer is broken.
Example #7

あのひとは、にほんじんみたいですね。にほんごがペラペラでした。
ano hito wa, nihonjin mitai desu ne. nihongo ga perapera deshita.
That person seems like they are Japanese. They speak Japanese so fluently.
Example #8

わたしはそのとき、まるでおとなになったみたいだった。
watashi wa sono toki, marude otona ni natta mitai datta.
It was like I had become an adult at that time.
Example #9

こうさてんにあんなにたくさんひとがいる。なにかじこがあったみたいだ。
kousaten ni annani takusan hito ga iru. nanika jiko ga atta mitai da.
There's a lot of people around the intersections, there must of been an accident or something..
Example #10

あなたはすばらしいじかんをすごしたみたいだね。
anata wa subarashii jikan o sugoshita mitai dane.
You look like you had a wonderful time.

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