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English Reference for igai (いがい)

Kanji
Kana
いがい
igai
Definitions
na-adjective to-adverb noun unexpected, surprising
Conjugations
adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi) conjugations
Plain/Informal Polite/Formal Negative Plain/Informal Negative Polite/Formal
Present Indicative いがいだ
igaida
いがいです
igaidesu
いがいじゃない
igaijanai
いがいではない
igaidehanai
いがいでわありません
igaidewaarimasen
Past Indicative いがいだった
igaidatta
いがいでした
igaideshita
いがいでわなかった
igaidewanakatta
いがいでわありませんでした
igaidewaarimasendeshita
te-form いがいで
igaide
Volitional いがいだろう
igaidarou
Provisional いがいであれば
igaideareba
いがいではなければ
igaidehanakereba
Causative いがいにさせる
igainisaseru
いがいにさせない
igainisasenai
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Example sentences
It was surprising that she said that
It is quite a surprise to see you here
The movie was more interesting than I expected
I may seem confident, but I get extremely nervous speaking in front of people. My hands tremble, I get all tongue-tied, and sometimes I don't even know what I'm saying myself
I polished for all I was worth. The trouble is that my stock of low-grade gems was surprisingly low
You don't say
They exulted in their unexpected success
Hanako turned out to be a surprisingly nice person
When you're at work, if you have a lot of workmates, it's surprisingly difficult to build a consensus
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