「Adjectives and Adverbs」
「Adj pred + rashii らしい」
”Seem,” "look like"
The auxiliary i-adjective of rashii is used to express the speaker's conjecture based on what they have heard or read.
Ano chihō wa ame ga ōi rashii desu.
It seems that region has much rain.
Soko e kuruma de iku no wa fuben rashii.
It seems inconvenient to go there by car.
Kinō Ogawa-san wa hima ja nakatta rashii.
It seems that Mr. Ogawa was not free yesterday.
NOTE: When used after a noun, rashii also carries the meaning, "is the epitome of." Since it is an i-adjective, it can modify any noun which follows it (ex., #2)
Oda-san wa otoko rashii.
Mr. Oda is manly.
「Lit., Mr. Oda is like the ideal model of a man.」
Kyō wa haru rashii hi desu ne.
Today is a springlike day, isn't it?
Hope this helps!
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