毎 + Time Expression + のように
まい～のように is often translated as 'almost every (A)', 'nearly every (A)', or 'on an (A) basis'.
- 毎日のようにポテトチップス食べてるから太ってきた。Because I eat potato chips almost everyday, I am starting to gain weight.
- 渋谷には毎週のように行っているよ。I go to Shibuya almost every week.
- 彼は八月になると毎年のように平和記念資料館へ行く。When August comes, he goes to the peace memorial museum almost every year.
Before she met him, she used to skip school almost every day.
After that, he returned to his hometown almost every month.
There is at least 1 earthquake in Japan nearly every year.
Since I caught a terrible cold after getting soaked when I was a kid, I take an umbrella with me almost every time I go out.
He fell ill because he ate too much sugar nearly every single day.
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まい～のように – Grammar Discussion
Most Recent Replies (7 in total)
ほぼ is an adverb that means “almost”.
I don’t think there’s a grammar point for it but there is a vocabulary item.
ah Thank you.
By the way I always wanted to ask. Where does your name come from?
From the manga or something else?
I like cats and mountains
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