I recently just stumbled upon one of the grammar points for PASSIVE.
I was wondering if someone could help break this, seemingly, simple sentence down. I understand passive / its uses but I’m having trouble connecting ように to passive and making sense of it.
As always, thanks ahead of time.
EDIT: Wow, I’m slightly embarrassed. If I would have taken two seconds to do some research I would have found that ように means “like (noun) or similar (noun)”. The admin can delete this, since it might have just created unnecessary clutter. Sorry about that, next time I’ll put on my big boy pants and do some more research before jumping the gun and asking right away.