Japanese くさい grammar kusai

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Let’s learn Japanese くさい grammar kusai :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Used to express the meaning “full of N / looks like N”.


Ano hito no koe wa ni Osaka hito kusai.
The voice of that person is the same as the people’s in Osaka.

Jouhin na shinamono kusaidesuga, jitsuwa yasui monodesu yo.
It’s like luxury goods, but it’s really cheap.

Jouhin na shinamono kusaidesuga, jitsuwa yasui monodesu yo.
Although it seems to be a good product, it is actually fake. It will be broken immediately after being used a few days.

Kare wa shinsetsuna hito kusaidaga, jitsuwa totemo warui hitoda yo.
He is like a kind people but he is actually a cruel person.

Kono chihou wa nigiyakade anzen na tokoro kusaidesuga, tsumibito ga ooi tokorodesu.
This locality seems to be a bustling and safe place but it is a place with many criminals.

Note: This structure is often used for situations that are not considered well.

Above is Japanese くさい grammar kusai. If you don’t understand the signs we used in formation, you can find their meaning here : signs used in Japanese grammar structures.

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