I am super genki!!xD
Today’s grammar is how to use “こんな/そんな/あんな/どんな” !
What’s that?XD haha
These are pretty important so let’s check one by one o(｀ω´ )o
●こんな：like this, such
This means “like this” so the thing you are talking about need to be close to you.
I have never eaten such delicious food. You are eating the food so the food is near you.
That is why you can use this form.
●そんな：like that, such
This means “like that” so the thing you are talking about is not close to you.
Maybe you are talking with your friend and saying something about what your friend say. Example
There is cheap and delicious restaurant near here though, do you wanna go?
It’s very dirty though…
I don’t want to go such restaurant.
B has not been the restaurant and gives his idea against A’s recommend restaurant.
That is why そんな. not こんな.
●あんな：like that, ,that, such
This means “like that” but it’s different to そんな.
This is used when you talk about past thing.
It was so bad taste that we went to last week.
Yeah!! I will never go to that a restaurant.
Did you get what I mean? x3
I hope I could help you some!!
This is kind of difficult thing so let’s see more sentences with quiz!!( ・∇・)
Let’s GO!!o(｀ω´ )o