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  • sonoyō


adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi)

  • that kind of
  • of the sort
  • of the kind
  • such

Examples of そのよう in a Sentence

Such behavior is just like Meg.
Such an economic program will help the rich at the expense of the poor.
That kind of remark does not befit you.
Such secrets are always eventually revealed.
First, I'll try to understand why he thinks so.
Such a teacher may as well retire from his work.
There are such shops about.
She is a lady, and ought to be treated as such.
In a sense, such a political movement may be called a revolution.
Such a man ought to succeed.

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