Japanese くせして grammar kuseshite

Japanese くせして grammar kuseshite
Japanese くせして grammar kuseshite

Let’s learn Japanese くせして grammar kuseshite :

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

Kare wa sensei ni jōzu da to homerareru kuse shi te daigaku nyūshi shiken o ochi ta.
He was commended by teacher, but he failed the university entrance exam.

anata wa itsumo jiman shi te jibun ga dekiru to iu kuse shi te dōshite kondo no shigoto de shippai shi ta no.
You are always arogrant saying that you can do it, why does this work fail?

igirisu ni ni nen mo sun de i ta kuse shi te eigo ga hitokoto mo ie nai.
You have lived in England for 2 years, but you can’t speack any English word.

boku wa nipponjin no kuse shi te muzukashii kanji mo yome nai.
I’m a Japanese, but I am not able to read difficult Kanji words.

kanojo wa atsui kuse shi te atsui kōto mo ki te iru. Hontōni bakabakashii hito da.
Though it’s hot, she still wears a heavy jacket. What a stupid person.

Related structures :

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

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