気になる ([きになる] )(kininaru)
Meaning: thinking about, concerned about, worried about 心配する
Example: I was worried about my father's health.
JLPT Level: 3
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|Often translated as "worried about," this verb is not always that dire and is often closer to "concerned about". For example, Inspector Sugishita of the TV program Aibou often says, "_____ koto ga ki ni natta," (I am concerned about the fact that _______.) as he tries to fit together the facts in his investigations.|| |
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|taunt||Oops, Ex#6676 and 6677 are supposed to be connected!|| |
|japindian||When you say "feeling just came to me", it's not really feel worried about something. Does this mean that kininaru can be used to mean"on a whim" or "spontaneously". Also, is this used with verbs or nouns or is it just nankakinaru?|| |
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