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Look like, resemble in Japanese 🇯🇵

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look like, resemble にている
How to say “look like, resemble” in Japanese? “にている”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “にている” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on look like, resemble in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– Break it down into simpler parts: "に" (ni) and "ている" (teiru). "に" is used for many things including directions and conditions, and "ている" is a form that often describes a continuous state.
– Picture two things side by side (に=two), both continuously resembling each other (ている=continuous).

– "にている" (niteiru) is a continuous form that conveys that something "resembles" or "looks like" something else over time. It is derived from the verb "にる" (niru), which means "to resemble".
– "にる" is combined with "ている" to indicate the ongoing state of resemblance.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– 似る (にる, niru): to resemble, to look like
– 見える (みえる, mieru): to appear, to look (can sometimes imply resemblance)

Conjugations of "にている":
– Present: にている (niteiru) / 似ています (niteimasu) [polite form]
– Past: にていた (niteita) / 似ていました (niteimaa) [polite form]
– Negative: にていない (niteinai) / 似ていません (niteimasen) [polite form]
– Past Negative: にていなかった (niteinakatta) / 似ていませんでした (niteimasen dea) [polite form]
– Future (implied by context, same as present): にている (niteiru) / 似ています (niteimasu)

Examples of sentences:
– 彼は父親にている (Kare wa chichioya niteiru) – He resembles his father.
– この絵は本物にている (Kono e wa honmono niteiru) – This painting resembles the real thing.
– 私たちは双子のようににている (Wataachi wa futago no you ni niteiru) – We look like twins.
– その女の子は映画スターにている (Sono onnanoko wa eiga sutā niteiru) – That girl looks like a movie star.
– 子供の頃、彼は弟にていた (Kodomo no koro, kare wa otouto niteita) – He resembled his younger brother when he was a child.

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