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I know this means, "this site is SUGOI, right?/dont you agree/etc"
but I looked up sugoi in edict and it gave me,
凄い: すごい (adj) terrible; dreadful; terrific; amazing; great; wonderful; to a great extent;
is this site terrible or wonderful?!
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"Man that nasty steak was (insert word here)"
"Man that delecious steak was (insert word here)"
Close to the same thing.
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lol, ive never head a british person say that.
Really? British kids like saying it... One example would be Ron from Harry Potter. "Wicked!" is a regular word in his dialogue.
「君という光が私を見つける // 真夜中に」-- 「光」という歌より（歌手：宇多田ヒカル）
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Doesn't sugoi become sugoku in those cases?
It should do but I usually hear people say sugoi + adjective, you can still say sugoku + adjective but I hear sugoi + adjective all the time.
This raises a good question. Is sugoi + adjective gramatically sound or is it a colloquial phrase with gramatic holes ie like "John and me" instead of "John and I". Can anyone shed any light on this?
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