JLPT N5 Vocabulary


cheap; inexpensive

JLPT N5 vocabulary list

Learn Japanese vocabulary: 【やすい】(yasui)

Meaning: cheap; inexpensive.

Type: Adjective, い-adjective

Level: JLPT N5 Vocabulary

- Example Sentences

Each example sentence includes a Japanese furigana reading, the romaji reading, and the English translation.

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Example #1

kore wa totemo yasui desu.
This is very cheap.
Example #2

koko wa bukka ga yasui desu.
Prices are low here.
Example #3

ima wa en wa doru yori yasui.
Now the yen is weaker (cheaper) than the dollar.
Example #4

kono eakon wa shuuri suru yori kau hou ga yasui desu.
It is cheaper to buy this air conditioner than to fix it.
Example #5

sore wa tsuujou yorimo 2 sen en mo yasui.
That is 2,000 yen cheaper than usual.
Example #6

betonamu ni itta toki, tabemono ga oishikute yasukatta.
When I went to Vietnam, the food was delicious and cheap.

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