JLPT N3 Grammar (wari ni)


considering; comparatively; relatively; unexpectedly; unusually~

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Verb (casual form)割に(は)
Noun + の
wari ni 割に わりに jlpt n3 grammar meaning 文法 例文 japanese flashcards

Learn Japanese grammar: 【わりに】(wari ni). Meaning: considering; comparatively; relatively; unexpectedly; unusually~.

Both the kanji and hiragana forms may be used.

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Example #1

kare wa toshi no wari ni genki da.
He is in good shape for his age.
Example #2

kono kamera wa takai wari ni, yoku ureru.
This camera sells unexpectedly well considering the high price.
Example #3

kono konpyuutaa, chuuko no wari ni takakunai?
Isn't this computer a bit expensive for being used?
Example #4

kyou wa kyuujitsu no wari ni hito ga sukunai ne.
There are unusually few people today considering it's a holiday.
Example #5

kanojo wa toshi no wari ni wa wakaku mieru.
She looks young for her age.
Example #6

kono sushi wa takai wari ni mazui.
This sushi is bad for the price.
Example #7

okane ga nai to itteiru wari ni, yoku ryokou suru ne.
Although you say you don't have any money, you seem to travel a lot.
Example #8

tesuto no benkyou o shinakatta wari ni wa, yoku dekita.
Considering you did not study for the test, you did well.

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