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たいてい and たいがい: A little Difference Between These

たいてい and たいがい: A little Difference Between These These “たいてい” and “たいがい” are one of the complicated words, however, once you figured out the way to use them, you’d be able to easily use them. Why don’t you use them after reading this? Let me introduce how you correctly use them today! たいてい (taitei) Usually / 通常 / 대부분 / Thường “たいてい” means “Usually” and when using this word, you have data about what you want to explain and you think there is an 80-90% chance that things will happen or to do something is part of your daily routine. For instance, “私わたしはたいてい7時しちじに朝あさご飯はんを食たべる。(I usually have breakfast at 7 am.)”, “私わたしはたいていテレビを見みています。(I…

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What is だらだら and How You Correctly Use it?

What is だらだら and How You Correctly Use it? Using “だらだら” sounds native speakers because this word is one the common slang which you’d be able to perfectly use after reading this. And this word has been often used especially on weekends. Let me introduce what the meaning of “だらだら” and how to correctly use it today! だらだら(daradara) Being lazy/Be Chilling out / 磨磨蹭蹭 / 뻘뻘/질질끌다/줄줄 / Rề rà “だらだら” means “Being lazy and Be Chilling out” which has been used for people who are being lazy at home on the weekend and are chilling out with your family, friends, etc to watch movies or something to relax completely, or…