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Decoded Slug: Noun に なる (Noun ni naru)

Japanese JLPT Grammar Point
Noun に なる (Noun ni naru)

Noun に なる (Noun ni naru)

Short explanation:

To become; to change into; to turn into.


Noun + に + なる


Kare wa isha ni narimashita.
He became a doctor.
Kodomo no koro, watashi wa sensei ni naritakatta desu.
When I was a child, I wanted to become a teacher.
Kanojo wa kinchou shite akamen ni narimashita.
She became embarrassed and turned red from nervousness.
Haru ni naru to sakura ga sakimasu.
When it becomes spring, cherry blossoms bloom.

Long explanation:

The 'Noun に なる' grammar point is used to show a change or a transformation from one state or form into another. In English, it can be translated as 'to become', 'to change into', or 'to turn into'. It is often used with nouns that indicate profession, status, or condition.

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