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JLPT N4 Grammar: やすい (yasui)

やすい (yasui)

Meaning: easy to; likely to…; have a tendency to…

How to use the: Verb-ますstem + やすい

Explain:
Used to denote the act of doing something that is easy.
Used to indicate the nature of an object (person or thing) that is easy to change, or that something is easy to happen.

Example sentences:
1, このペンはとても書きやすい。
Kono pen wa totemo kaki yasui.
This pen is very easy to write.

2, かたかなの「シ」と「ツ」は間違えやすいので気をつけてください。
Kata ka na no `shi’ to `tsu’ wa machigae yasuinode kiwotsukete kudasai.
Since 「シ」 and 「ツ」 in Katakana are easy to mistake, be careful

3, そのおもちゃは壊れやすくて危ない。
Sono omocha wa koware yasukute abunai.
That toy is fragile, dangerous.

4, この子は正直で感じやすい性質だ。
kono ko wa shoujiki de kanji yasui seishitsu da.
This child is honest and sensitive.

5, 家族が集まりやすい家にしたい。
kazoku ga atsumari yasui ie ni shitai.
I want my house to be a natural gathering place for my family.

6, その町は物価も安く、人も親切で住みやすいところです
Sono machi wa bukka mo yasuku, hito mo shinsetsude sumi yasui tokorodesu
The city has cheap things, people are nice, so it’s an easy place to live

7, 東京は生活しやすいところだと思いますか。
toukyou wa seikatsu shiyasui tokoro da to omoimasu ka.
Do you think Tokyo is an easy place to live?

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