June 29, 2021

JLPT N5 Grammar: という ~to iu


■  This is used when you want to add a name to a description: "such a bird as that red one." This can be translated as "such a" or "called."

HOW to use:

■ Add after nouns and noun phrases.


I saw a movie called The Avengers.

Is there someone by the name of Aoki here?


■ というもの something like that; something called…

■ ということはない nothing like that is possible; there's no such thing as…

■ というか or more precisely; or perhaps I should say; how should I put it?

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