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JLPT N1 Grammar: まじき (majiki)

まじき (majiki)

Meaning: should not; must not

How to use the: Verb-dictionary form + まじき

Use the following noun to indicate a career or position, to indicate the meaning: “Having been in that position or already doing that job, it is not allowed …” Theosau is a noun indicating things, behavior, speech, and attitude.
Used to criticize someone who has a job, behavior, or status that is inappropriate for his or her position, position, or position.

Example sentences:
1, 業者から金品を受け取るなど公務員にあるまじきことだ。
Gyōsha kara kinpin o uketoru nado kōmuin ni arumajiki kotoda.
Receiving gifts and money from manufacturers is something an official is not allowed to do.

2, 彼のやったことは、人としてあるまじき残酷な行為だ。
kare no yatta koto wa, hito toshite aru majiki zankoku na koui da.
What he did was a cruel and unacceptable action for a human being.

3, 弱いものをいじめるなんて、許すまじきことです。
yowaimono o ijimeru nante, yurusu majiki koto desu.
Bullying the weak is unforgivable.

The ”するまじき form must be converted to ”すまじき”
Formal speech for writing