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JLPT N3 Grammar: ようになる (you ni naru)

ようになる (you ni naru)

Meaning: to reach the point that, to come to be that, to turn into

How to use the:
Verb-dictionary form + ようになる
Verb-ないform + ようになる

Used to express a transform or change

Example sentences:
1, 日本語が上手に話すようになりたいな。
Nihongo ga jōzu ni hanasu yō ni naritai na.
I want to quickly become good at Japanese

2, 慣れると簡単するようになる。
Nareru to kantan suru you ni naru.
If familiar, it becomes easy

1-Nen benkyō ni nihongo ga hanaseru you ni narudeshou.
If you have studied for 1 year, then can become fluent in Japanese

4, わたしの夢は、日本語を流暢に話せるようになることだ。
watashi no yume wa, nihongo o ryuuchou ni hanaseru you ni naru koto da.
My dream is to be able to speak fluent Japanese.

It is usually used with the ability form verb or automatically from form the ability

Sensei ga oshiete morattanode, ima mo wakaru you ni narimashita.
My teacher taught me, so I can understand now.

The negative form follows, expressing the negative transformation
Vないように → なくなる

Takai hoteru ga tattanode, mado kara yama ga mienaku narimashita.
A high hotel was built, so the windows couldn’t see the mountains.