Japanese さすが grammar sasuga

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Let’s learn Japanese さすが grammar sasuga :

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Meaning and how to use :

Describe the meaning “as one would expect; even; as is to be expected”.


Kore ha kimi ga hitorde tsukutta noka. Sasuga sugoi ne.
Did you make this by yourself? As I expected, you are great.

Sasuga ishida san desune, Konna ni muzukashii shitsumon wo kotaerarerunante jouzu desune.
As expected of Mr. Ishida. He is excellent at answering difficult questions like these.

Sasuga yuumei na resutoran da. Ryouri mo oishii shi, funiki mo ii shi, hontou ni risou na tokoro da.
As I expected, it is a famous restaurant. The food is delicious, the atmosphere is also good and it really is an ideal place.

Sasuga tensai da. Konna mono wo hatsumei dekirun da.
As I expected, you are a genius. You can invent something like this.

Sasuga ii mono da. Gokai kara ochita noni kowarenai.
As I expected, it’s a good thing. Although it fell from the 5th floor, it isn’t broken.

Note: It is usually used at the beginning of the sentence in the form「さすが(は)Nだ」 or「さすがだ」. It is used only in case of positive reviews.

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