N4 Grammar Course

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Marshall
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N4 Grammar Course

〜らしい

In this lesson, I will teach you how to use the grammar rule 〜らしい.


Usage 1:

Dictionary Form of Verb + らしい
イ-Adjective + らしい
ナ-Adjective + らしい
Noun + らしい

Meaning of Usage 1:

It seems that(The possibility is larger than よう and そう)

Examples of Usage 1:

Below are some example sentences to help you learn the Usage 2 of this grammar rule.

二人ふたり結婚けっこんするらしいです。
It seems that they will get married.
 
イギリスさむいらしいです。
It seems that England is cold.
 
さくら季節きせつきれいらしいです。
It seems that the cherry blossom’s season is beautiful.

Usage 2:

Noun + らしい

Meaning of Usage 2:

like a …

Examples of Usage 2:

Below are some example sentences to help you learn the Usage 2 of this grammar rule.

学生がくせいなら学生がくせいらしくしなさい。
If you are a student behave like one.
 
今日きょうあきらしい天気てんきです。
It’s so autumn today.
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4 thoughts on “〜らしい

  1. “It’s so autumn today” is not grammatical in English.

    Perhaps a better translation would be: “The weather is autumn-like today”

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      It’s the name of a song🤣

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  2. Marshal 先生 Can you post the name of the song? I’m curious 😁🙏🏻

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      It’s So Autumn Today (秋吹く風に誘われて)

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