JLPT N3 Grammar (you na ki ga suru)

Meaning

have a feeling that; feels like; seems like; think that ~

How to use

Verb (casual) + ような気がする
Noun + のような
な-adjective + な
い-adjective + ような
you na ki ga suru ような気がする ようなきがする jlpt n3 grammar meaning 文法 例文 japanese flashcards

Learn Japanese grammar: 【ようなきがする】(you na ki ga suru). Meaning: have a feeling that; feels like; seems like; think that ~.


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Example #1

それがほんとうのようなきがする。
sore ga hontou no you na ki ga suru.
I feel that it is true.
Example #2

わかるようなきがする。
wakaru you na ki ga suru.
I think I understand.
Example #3

きょうは、たからくじがあたるようなきがする。
kyou wa takarakuji ga ataru youna ki ga suru.
I feel like I am going to win the lottery today.
Example #4

このたべものをまいにちたべると、ふとるきがする。
kono tabemono o mainichi taberu to, futoru ki ga suru.
I feel like eating eating this food every day will make me gain weight.
Example #5

そつぎょうしたのはついきのうのようなきがする。
sotsugyou shita no wa tsui kinou no you na ki ga suru.
It seems as if I had graduated only yesterday.
Example #6

そのこたえは「no」のようなきがした。
sono kotae wa「no」no you na ki ga shita.
I felt like the answer would have been "no".
Example #7

けさはさんぽしたいようなきがする。
kesa wa sanpo shitai you na ki ga suru.
I feel like going for a walk this morning.
Example #8

さいきん、わたしのパソコンがおそくなったきがする。かいかえようかな。
saikin, watashi no pasokon ga osokunatta ki ga suru. kaikaeyou kana.
Lately I feel like my computer has gotten slower. Maybe I should buy a new one..

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