How to say “It is not fair” in Japanese
I’d say there are some unfair situations in the world and do you know how to say “It is not fair” in Japanese? When you figure out the way to use it, your Japanese skill would improve and would be able to use it in daily conversations as well. Let me introduce how you correctly use “Not fair” in Japanese today!
ずるい(zurui) means “It isn’t fair.” which is used as the meaning of “not treating people in an equal way, or not morally right”. The way to use it is “___はずるい。(It’s not fair that ____.) “, etc. For instance, “何も答えないのはずるい。(It’s not fair that you haven’t said anything at all.)”, “ずるい。(It’s not fair.)”, etc. Everyone could use ずるい as casual, polite and formal in daily conversations such as “何も答えないなんてずるいよ。(It’s not fair that you haven’t said anything at all.)” as casual, “何も答えないのはずるいですよ。(It’s not fair that you haven’t said anything at all.)” as polite and formal. Furthermore, “ずる賢い” means “cunning” and cunning people are clever at planning something so that they get what they want, especially by tricking other people.