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:fallen_leaf: Day 33, 2nd of November :maple_leaf:

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Reading more of Kiki, this time checking my attempts at deciphering the grammar with ichi.moe. Obviously that isn’t a perfect solution, as just in the second sentence I found a new grammar point I hadn’t known before and which wasn’t shown there.

  • のように / のような - similar to

When you only know の to indicate possession, then the idea that it could be part of a phrase isn’t forefront in your mind. Really glad Bunpro exists! Searching through grammar points is incredibly tedious in a dictionary, so this is an excellent resource.