さすが + （に）+ Phrase
さすが + （の）+ Noun
As 流石 is an adverb, it may appear at the beginning of phrases (either with or without に), or directly preceded a noun when の is used.
- すごい！さすが先輩！Wow! That's what I would expect from you senpai!
- 流石に今日は雨が降りすぎだろ...As one would expect, it is raining way too much today.
- さすがの君でもこの問題は難しいだろう。Even for someone like you, this problem is difficult, isn't it?
- さすが田中くん！発注ミスの天才だね！As expected, Tanaka-kun! You are a genius at making order errors!
As expected, I ate too much. I can't get up from a chair.
As might be expected from a person who trains karate, he can lift 15kg dumbbells.
As one would expect from Kobe beef, it has the best marbling in the world.
The performance was as would be expected from a first rate orchestra.
As one would expect, you lose too many things. You need to be careful.
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Just dropping this there here in case other people encounter it.image702×256 17.3 KB
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