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In the hopes that A; in order for A
A is a goal that you are aiming for.

  1. In the hopes that A; in order for A
    A is a goal that you are aiming for.
  2. Please do/don't A
    Often comes at the end of the sentence.
  3. As was written/said/etc. in A
    Used to provide a source of information when explaining something.
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かぜをひ   ように あたた  して   
Stay warm so as to not catch a cold, ok?
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       から  ひどく ならない ように          
Since it seems like I have a cold today, I'm going to go home early so it doesn't get worse.
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この        ように   して ください  
Please take care not to break this vase.
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こういう こと          ように        
Look to see that this never happens again.
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いつも 使   ように その                   
Keep the encyclopedia on your desk so you can always use it.
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いい      ように              
Let's go to the theater early so that we can get good seats.

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AVerb: Dictionary Form
 
AVerb: ない form
 
AVerb: Potential
 
 
よう
Basic Examples:
えないように (in order to not disappear)

けるように (in order to go)

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Please do/don't A
Often comes at the end of the sentence.

  1. In the hopes that A; in order for A
    A is a goal that you are aiming for.
  2. Please do/don't A
    Often comes at the end of the sentence.
  3. As was written/said/etc. in A
    Used to provide a source of information when explaining something.
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おんせん  あたた  ように  
Please warm up in the hot springs.
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    ここ    ように  
Come here before seven o'clock.
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ケーキ        ように  
Do not eat too much cake.
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          ように   
Don't forget to water the plants, alright?

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AVerb: Dictionary Form
 
AVerb: ない form
 
 
ように
Basic Examples:
するように (please participate)

れないように (please don't break (it))

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As was written/said/etc. in A
Used to provide a source of information when explaining something.

  1. In the hopes that A; in order for A
    A is a goal that you are aiming for.
  2. Please do/don't A
    Often comes at the end of the sentence.
  3. As was written/said/etc. in A
    Used to provide a source of information when explaining something.
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ここ       ように   して   
Do as is written here!
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     ように  この           
I want you to read this book the same way you read comics.
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    ように バラ  ブーケ        
I made a bouquet of roses like what I saw in the book.

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AVerb: Casual
 
ANoun
 
 
ように
Basic Examples:
いてあるように (as it is written)

のように (as it said in the paper)

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Studying: JLPT N3 & JLPT 2
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2. meaning: や、ているものをげる

Construction:
A + のような +
A + のように +
A + のように + い
A + のように + な

のようななんですよ。
さんってのようなだよね。
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12 years ago
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http://www.renshuu.org/index.php?page=grammar/individual&id=96 ??
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12 years ago
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Years Studied: 3
Studying: JLPT N3 & JLPT 2
Level: 1, : 99
Indeed the same meaning but the constructions are slightly different. Feel free to use those constructions above on the other page.^^
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12 years ago
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Studying: JLPT N1
Level: 1, : 3
Could someone please help? I really don't get the difference between the second meaning of ように and ために!
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11 years ago
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ために shows the purpose for something (taken from grammar page):
えるった。」
I went home in order to change my clothes.

ように shows a goal/desired end - it is also a purpose, but you use ように when the purpose is not guaranteed.
かぜをひかないようにはやくねてください
Please go to sleep early in order to not (so you don't) catch a cold

Here, the purpose/goal is not catching the cold, although the action (going to bed early) cannot guarantee it. In other words, whether or not the subject will catch a cold is not entirely controlled by the subject.

I am in a rush, so this description may be a bit lacking, but I hope it helps!
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11 years ago
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Fixed!
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3 years ago



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