Japanese がいい grammar gaii
Let’s learn Japanese がいい grammar gaii :
Meaning and how to use :
Describing the wishes that someone will suffer a bad thing. This structure is used to condemn, backbite or curse someone.
Omae no youna hito, un ga warui koto ga okotte bakari iruga ii yo.
Hope that bad luck will continue to happen to people like you.
Ano yatsu ga jikoniau ga ii yo.
Hope that he will get into an accident.
Okaasan o korosu nante sonnani akunin nara shinu ga ii.
Someone so bad to the point he kills his own mother should just die.
Shiken de itsumo kanningu shite iru kanojo wa warui ten wo toruga ii.
The person who is always cheating during a test like her should receive a bad grade.
Doubutsu wo yoku ijimeru anokoha dareka ni ijime rareruga ii.
Hoping that the child that bullies animal is also bullied by someone.
Note: This structure has ancient tone to it.
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