I know より is used to make comparisons, but it seems like that wouldn't be the correct choice, in this scenario. I'm not sure if I would use it to say "People (like/similar to) you are ____".
I know the difference between saying "人は魚が好きだ" and "魚が好きな人", and I want to specify people who behave like whoever is being referred to, rather than all people in general. For example, saying something like: "People like you, who st
When I say like/similar to, I'm referring to behavior/personality. So I'm not sure if I'd have to word it like "You behave/have a similar personality to a certain type of person"
If I try to say: "You are like people who behaves poorly", I think it might be something like:
(あなた/name) +と+ 振る舞いが悪い人みたいだ。
I'm still trying to learn, so I'm probably way off.
Would saying something like "People (thieves) like you are the worst", be as simple as saying is as "You and thieves are the worst" instead.
person ＋と＋ 泥棒は最悪です
Is there anyone who could give me a few examples, or link me to a guide that might clear this up?