JLPT N4 Grammar (you ni naru)


to reach the point that; to come to be that; to turn into~

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Verb (dictionary form)ようになる
Verb (ない form)
you ni naru ようになる ようになる jlpt n4 grammar meaning 文法 例文 japanese flashcards

Learn Japanese grammar: (you ni naru). Meaning: to reach the point that; to come to be that; to turn into~.

can be conjugated freely like a verb.

  • ようになります (you ni narimasu) more formal
  • ようになった (you ni natta) became able to…

Sometimes よう may be excluded to just be になる.

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- Example Sentences

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Example #1

ookiku nattara wakaru you ni naru yo.
When you get older, you'll understand.
Example #2

mainichi renshuu sureba, oyogeru youni narimasu.
If you practice everyday, you'll eventually be able to swim.
Example #3

yatto jitensha ni noreru youni narimashita.
I finally learned how to ride a bicycle!
Example #4

takusan benkyou shita node, nihongo o hanaseru youni narimashita.
I studied a lot and became able to speak Japanese.
Example #5

kusuri o nonde, yoku nerareru youni narimashita.
I was able to sleep well after taking some medicine.
Example #6

sore o itsu tsukaeru you ni naru no ka oshiete kudasai.
Please tell me when I will start being able to use that.
Example #7

musuko ga hitori de fuku o kirareru youni natta.
My son has learned to get dressed all by himself.
Example #8

izen wa biiru o nomena katta ga, kono goro nomu youni nari mashita.
Before I wasn't able to drink beer, but now I've become able to drink it.
Example #9

genzai wa tomokaku, shourai ni oite wa pasokon o nashi de wa kangae rarenai yo no naka ni naru deshou.
The day will come, if it hasn't already, when we won't be able to do without computers.

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