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~なんか/なんて

Usage 1:

Noun + なんか/なんて

 

Meaning:

or something/ something like this (used to give an example)

 

Examples:

これなんか似合にあうとおもうよ。

I think something like this is very suitable for you!

 

ドラマなんてめったにないよ。

I don’t watch TV shows or something often.

 

Usage 2:

Noun + なんか

 

Meaning:

or something(used to be humble if you use this to yourself, and used to disdain someone if you use this to others)

 

Examples:

きみなんかわからない。

People like you can’t understand this.

 

わたしなんかできないです。

People like me can’t do this.

 

Usage 3:

Sentence + なんて

 

Meaning:

to express that you are surprised.

 

Example:

かれ一番いちばんだなんて、しんじられない。

I can’t believe that he is the top 1.

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  1. This is really useful! I hear Japanese people say it so often and now I know how to use it too, thanks!

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