How do you say “You look like your mom.” in Japanese?
Today’s phrase is :
You look like _ .
_ ni niterune
If you want to speak politely, you can say :
_ ni nitemasune
When you want to say “You look like _ .” in Japanese, put the name of the person he/she looks like just before “に ni”.
For example, if you want to say “You look like your mom.”, you can say like this :
Or politely :
- you look like … ＝ あなたは … に似てるね anatawa … ni niterune
- your mom ＝ あなたのお母さん anatano okaasan
We do not usually say “あなたは (= you)” or “あなたの (= your)” in everyday conversation.
あなたの お母さんに your mom
あなたは 似てるね you look like