JLPT N1 Grammar (majiki)


should not; must not ~

How to use

Verb (dictionary form)まじき
Noun + にある/としてある

Learn Japanese grammar: (majiki). Meaning: should not; must not ~.

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Example #1

seito ni bouryoku o furu nante, sensei to shite aru majiki koui da.
Violence against students is something a teacher absolutely should not do
Example #2

hoka no hito no an o nusumu nante yurusu majiki koto da.
Stealing someone else's ideas is an unforgivable behavior.
Example #3

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.
Example #4

shikenchuu ni kanningu no youna yurusu majiki koii o suru hito wa 0 ten ni shimasu.
Those who do unforgivable acts such as cheating during the exam will be given 0 points.
Example #5

gakusei o kyoukatsu suru to wa, kyoushi ni aru majiki koui da.
It is totally unacceptable for a teacher to blackmail students.
Example #6

yowai mono o damashite okane o toru nado, ningen ni aru majiki koui da.
Things like deceiving the weak and taking their money is not something humans should do.
Example #7

ikkoku no shushou ni aru majiki hatsugen da. sugoku musekinin desu.
That is an unacceptable statement from the prime minister of a country. It is truly irresponsible.

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