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Need the meaning of the following sentence and the grammar pattern: " waresouna chyawanga arimasu."

Need the meaning of the following sentence and the grammar pattern: " waresouna chyawanga arimasu." I know that "wareru" means "to break". So what is the apt translation of the above line? Also, what does it indicate when I change "wareru" to "waresou". How does the meaning of the root verb change?

For learning: Japanese
Base language: Japanese
Category: Language

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    There is a cup that looks like it's going to break.

    "wareru" is verb as you know.
    "waresouna" is adjective, so it modifies a noun.
    " waresouna chyawanga arimasu." means "There is a cup which might crack at any moment."

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