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JLPT N3 Grammar: など/なんか/なんて (nado / nanka / nante)

など/なんか/なんて (nado / nanka / nante)

Meaning: like~ (usually used to list negative examples)

How to use the: Noun + など/なんか/なんて

Explain:
Use when you want to give an example to slightly, low hit rating. Use when saying negative, or disregard one thing is not very important.

Example sentences:
1, なんか食べるものない?
Nanka taberu mono nai?
Nothing to eat?

2, そんな馬鹿げた話なんて、誰も信じませんよ。
Son’na bakageta hanashi nante, dare mo shinjimasen yo.
Nobody believes such a ridiculous story.

3, ウィイトレや皿洗いなどのアルバイトをして学費を貯めた
U~iitore ya saraarai nado no arubaito o shite gakuhi o tameta
I do extra things like waiters or washing dishes, for example to save money for school fees

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