What is the meaning of な in the following sentence?


Is it an abbreviation of なんて or なんか? Or is it simply a filler as explained in this answer?


In this sentence, you can replace 「な気がする」 by 「である気がする」.

→ "I have the feeling that this video's background is my house"

  • Thank you for your answer! Could you provide more details? Is this a common usage of な?
    – Marco
    Apr 1 '18 at 23:11
  • @Marco You can look up "na_adjective" or "attributive form of copula".
    – user4092
    Apr 3 '18 at 22:11

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