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JLPT N4 Grammar: ように/ような (you ni / you na)

ように/ような (you ni / you na)

Meaning: as; like; just as; as though

How to use the: Verb-casual + ように/ような

Explain:
Verb 1 indicates an objective or goal, and verb 2 indicates an intentional action to get close to or reach that goal or goal.

Example sentences:
1, かれはかぞくのためだけにいきていたようにおもえる。
kare wa kazoku no tame dake ni ikiteita you ni omoeru.
He seemed to live only for his family in my opinion.

2, 授業中はおしゃべりしないように
Jugyō-chū wa oshaberi shinai you ni
Please do not talk during class

3, 忘れ物をしないようにしてください。
Wasuremono o shinai you ni shite kudasai.
Please don’t forget your stuff

4, 忘れないようにノートにメモしておこう。
Wasurenai you ni nōto ni memoshiteokō.
I will take notes in my notebook to keep from forgetting

5, 私たちは試練に立ち向かいます、これまでいつもそうしてきたように。
watashitachi wa shiren ni tachimukaimasu, kore made itsumo sou shite kita you ni.
We will rise to the challenge, just as we always have.

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