unusual 普通でない

May 29, 2015 =========
☆ unusual 普通でない
Unusual is a neutral word, and so you can use it without being positive or negative about the thing you are describing. “She was wearing unusual clothes.” for example, is not showing approval or disapproval of the clothing choice. Or “It’s an unusual song.” is not saying that you like or dislike the song.
On the other hand, if you were to say that something is interesting, or striking, or, extraordinary these can be used instead of “unusual” and indicate that you like or approve of the thing. “She was wearing striking clothes” means that you like her unusual clothes. “It’s an interesting song” means that you like the unusual song.
Words such as bizarre, curious, funny, odd, or strange can also be used instead of “unusual” but these indicate that you disapprove or think that the thing is funny.