【N3】~みたいです/~mitai desu/ looks like..

~みたいです looks like..

 How to make” looks like someone” in Japanese.

    • ・ Meaning Looks like..
    • ・ JLPT Level: N3
    • ・ Category: grammar

You can use “~みたい ” when you want to say “Looks like someone”.

Meaning is ..something or somebody resembles, it seems…

The patterns is below:

Noun+みたいです:resemblance

Verb (short form) +みたいです:appears to be the case

Conjugation

 

みたい(なadjective)

resemblance/appears to be the case

verb
(けっこんするみたい)  It seems they will get married.
いadjective
(たかいみたい) It seems expensive.
な adjective
(しあわせみたい) It seems she is happy
noun
日本人みたい It seems you are Japanese

 Examples of sentence

僕の彼女は怪物みたい。
My girlfriend looks like a Monster.

彼女は結婚したみたい。
It seems she got married( because she has a ring)

彼女は日本人みたいです。
She looks like a Japanese..

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