Today’s Grammar Point: ～だらけ
～だらけ is usually used in a negative concept meaning “full of something unwanted” or “covered with something undesirable.”
- [noun] だらけ
Tokyo is full of people.
John came jumping in covered with blood.
I was covered with mud from head to foot.
I’m full of faults.
That explanation is full of contradictions.
Amy handed in an essay riddled with mistakes.
I’ve had enough of corruption-ridden politics.
I was up to my neck in dept at the time.
The venue was almost empty.
John’s face is covered with pimples.
Answer to Today’s Question
だらけ is used for something unwanted, so the speaker doesn’t like to be surrounded by too many people in Tokyo.
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