Japanese grammar くせに kuseni

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Let’s learn Japanese grammar くせに kuseni :

JLPT level : N3

Formation :

Aな(keep な)+くせいに

Meaning and how to use :

Thing in second clause occurs opposed to thing in the first clause. Normally used with bad result, evaluation.

For example

Taisetsu na jōhō ga shitte iru kuse ni, boku tachi ni nani mo iwa nai de zutto damatte i ta n. Hontōni hidoi nā.
You knew important infomation, but you didn’t tell us. You are really bad.

shōgakusei no kuse ni sake o non de wa ike nai.
You are just a kid studying in primary school, you mustn’t drink wine..

kanojo wa tabako o yame ta to itta kuse ni, sakki sutte ta ja nai ka.
She said she gave up smoking, she has just smoked, hasn’t she?

san jū sai no otona no kuse ni, shigoto o mitsuke nai de ie ni i te gēmu o shi te bakari iru.
He’s over 30 years old, but he just stays at home playing game and doesn’t look for job

tanaka san no koto ga suki na kuse ni, sore o gen dare demo iwa nai de, jibun no himitsu ni naru.
I like mr. Tanaka, but I don’t tell that to anyone, so it becomes a secret.

Related structures :

くせに kuseni
くせして kuseshite
そのくせ sonokuse
のに noni

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