Q: you are so rude and disrespectful とはどういう意味ですか?
A: rude means that someone is impolite or bad behaved

disrespectful means that the person has no respect for others


Q: how disrespectful would be a non-black person say the n word? を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: It would be extremely disrespectful. Never say it.
Q: disrespectful
A: Talking when your mouth is full is disrespectful.

It's disrespectful to cut someone off when that person is not yet finished speaking.


Q: disrespectful と impolite はどう違いますか?
A: As adjectives the difference between disrespectful and impolite. is that disrespectful is lacking respect while impolite is not polite; not of polished manners; wanting in good manners.
Q: You are disrespectful to him. と You are disrespecting him. はどう違いますか?
A: I see, thank you!
Q: disrespectful と impolite はどう違いますか?
A: Disrespectful - offends the person and is intentional.
Example: If your Mother makes dinner for you and you say to her, "This food tastes horrible, I am not going to eat it." That is disrespectful, because what you are really saying is that your Mother is not a good cook. You are saying that she has less value because she is not able to cook food to your preference.

Impolite - offends the person but is not intentional.
Example: If your Mother makes dinner for you and you say to her, "Thank you Mother for the food but I am late for school and will not be able to eat it because I have to go to school right now." That is impolite but not disrespectful, because you are not intending in any way to say that your Mother is bad at cooking.
Q: disrespectful と rude はどう違いますか?
A: They are similar but not exactly the same. For example, swearing at your mother is rude. Because your swearing at her. You directed it at her.

An example of being disrespectful is talking to your friends about your mother and swearing when talking about her. That is disrespectful. Even though your mother is not there, you have still disrespected her. She doesn't need to be present to be disrespected but she needs to be present for you to be rude to her.

Example Sentences:

"He swore at his mother. That was very rude."
"Today he told us he hated his mother. That was very disrespectful."

I hope this makes sense! The two words are quite similar so there isn't a huge difference.
Q: disrespectful と unrespectful はどう違いますか?
A: unrespectful is wrong


Q: How can he accuse me of being disrespectful while he himself is disrespectful? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: If you’re not opposed to using the word hypocrite, you could always say, “I’ve never come across someone as hypocritical as you.”


Q: Would it be disrespectful if your initials are not capitalized?
A: no it’s not that big a deal, especially with customer service where they don’t know you personally (I assume).
Q: He is very disrespectful of people who work under him. この表現は自然ですか?
A: It should be: He is very disrespectful to the/towards the people who work under him.
Q: It's a disrespectful act toward other cultures when you blame the people of a country for eating animals which you don't. この表現は自然ですか?
A: It's disrespectful to look down on people of other cultures and countries for eating certain animals, just because you don't eat them.
Q: 'Do you think THAT TO joke about the dead and dying is disrespectful?'

Please explain about 'that' and 'to' in this sentence grammatically.
A: I'm not sure, but I do know that 'would' and 'be' is always connected (in past tense, it is 'would have been'). You can think about it as replacing the verb phrase 'joking about the dying' with the pronoun 'it'. You get these sentences:

"Do you think that it is disrespectful?"

"It would be disrespectful."
Q: I regretted sounding so disrespectful. この表現は自然ですか?
A: Sounds good.