"This restaurant is good."


June 21, 2017



Shouldn't this be このレストランはいいです instead? the way they are wording it makes it seem like the restaurant itself is delicious.

June 21, 2017


It's important to remember you can't always translate things literally. This is just how it's said in Japanese.

このレストランはいいです sounds more like "this restaurant will do", or "this restaurant is fine/ok".

When you say "this restaurant is good" in English you also don't mean the building is good.

July 16, 2017


In what situatians would この be used?

December 11, 2017


It follows the same rules as Kore, Are, and Sore but is used when the object has an adjective. Which one you use depends on how far away the object is from you and/or your coversation partner. Ko-/this, So-/that, A-/that(over there)

May 26, 2018


The answer says it would accept このレストはいいです。The problem being is that when I typed that, I hit space, which changed the いい into 良い, which it didn't accept, even though it is the exact same thing (I'm aware 良い CAN also be よい, but it literally isn't in this case).

October 18, 2017


I enjoy eating restaurants as well, sir

September 1, 2018


As far I know おいし means tasty. How it fits here, I don't understand

May 23, 2019


There is no sense... おいしい e "delicious" and not "good"...

July 6, 2017


「このレストランは良いです。」should be an valid answer.

October 19, 2017


Why is the sentence " はおいしい ” instead of " がおいしい "?

October 4, 2018


Why we use は not を here? I thought は is like "a restaurant" while を makes it "the restaurant".

November 3, 2018
Learn Japanese in just 5 minutes a day. For free.