To become なります。。。
なります means to become and indicates changes in state or condition:
- さむい "cold" さむくなります "get cold"
- げんき (な) "well" げんきになります "get well"
- 25 さい "25 years old" 25 さい に なります "becomes 25 years old"
So for い adjectives, replace い with く, for な adjectives, replace な with
に and for nouns, add に.
Agreeing or sympathising
そうですね is used when you agree or sympathise with what your partner in
conversation said. そうですか with falling intonation is a similar
expression to this. そうですか is also however an expression of your
conviction or exclamation after getting information which was unknown
to you, while そうですね is used to express your agreement or sympathy with
your partner in conversation when he/she refers to comething you agree
with or already know.
- さむくなりましたね。"It's got cold hasn't it?"
そうですね "Yes, it has."
Not easily or as expected なかなか...
When なかなか is accompanied with a negative expression, it means "not
easily" or "not as expected". Note that は of 日本では in the sentence below
is attached to で to emphasise the location or area under discussion.
- 日本 では なかなか キシネを 見る こと が できません。
- In Japan we rarely see foxes
Hope and requests ぜひ...
ぜひ is used with expressions of hope and request such as ほしいです、
~たいですand ~てください and emphasise the meaning of the expressions.
- ぜひ ほっかいどう に いきたいです。
- I want to go to Hokkaido very much.
- ぜひ あそび に きてください。