Poor thing.:かわいそうに。Japanese Phrase #221

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Poor thing.:かわいそうに。Japanese Phrase #221

Discover a new phrase each day to use in your Japanese! What does “かわいそうに。(kawaisou ni)” mean? Visit daily to learn some popular Japanese phrases on a regular basis!

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[wp-svg-icons icon=”arrow-right-2″ wrap=”span”] Poor thing. / 真可怜。 / 안됐다. / Trông tội vậy.

When you want to show sympathy for someone, usually in a moment of misfortune, you would be able to use “かわいそうに。(kawaisou ni)” which means “Poor thing.”. Everybody could use this phrase in daily conversations as casual. The polite way to use it is “かわいそうですね。(kawaisou desu ne)”. And “おどくに。(okinodoku ni)” is used as formal.

Example 1

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昨日きのう階段かいだんからちて骨折こっせつしちゃったよ。 (I fell down the stairs and broke a bone yesterday.) (我昨天从楼梯上摔下来骨折了。) (어제 계단에서 떨어져서 뼈가 부러졌어.) (Hôm qua do ngã xuống cầu thang nên tớ bị gãy xương.)
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Example 2

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レイが彼女かのじょにふられたらしいね。 (I’ve heard Rei was dumped by his girlfriend.) (莲好像被女朋友甩了呢。) (레이가 여자친구한테 차인 거 같은데.) (Nghe nói Rei mới bị bạn gái đá.)
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