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

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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, “わたしはたいてい7時しちじあさはんべる。(I usually have breakfast at 7 am.)”, “わたしはたいていテレビをています。(I usually watch TV.)”, “かれはたいてい学校がっこう遅刻ちこくします。(He usually late for school)”, etc.

Example
ゆか
たいていあさ散歩さんぽするよ。 (I usually take a walk in the morning.) (我通常在早上散步。) (보통 아침엔 산책 해.) (Tớ thường đi dạo vào buổi sáng.)
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たつや
しんどいときは、たいてい22時にじゅうにじまでにはるよ。 (When I got tired, I usually sleep till 8 pm.) (很累的时候,我通常会在22时之前就睡觉。) (힘들 땐 대개 22시까지는 자.) (Khi nào đuối quá tớ thường đi ngủ lúc 22 giờ.)
ゆか
いえかえったら、たいていマンガんでるよ。 (After getting home, I usually read the manga.) (回家的话,我通常都在看漫画。) (집에 오면 대부분 만화책을 읽어.) (Về nhà tớ thường đọc truyện tranh.)
たつや
友達ともだちみにったら、つぎたいてい二日酔いだよ。わら (When going for a drink with my friends, I usually have a hangover next day. haha) (和朋友去喝酒的话,通常第二天都会宿醉哦。笑) (친구와 마시러 가면, 다음날은 대부분 숙취야. 하하. ) (Mỗi lần đi nhậu với bạn bè tớ thường bị say đến tận hôm sau đấy (cười). )




たいがい (taigai)

Usually / 大概 / 대개 / Phần lớn

“たいがい” also means “Usually” like “たいてい”, however, the difference between “たいがい” and “たいてい” is two which are to use “たいがい” is pretty rude than “たいてい” because it is one of the slang and you think there is a 70-80% chance that things will happen or is to do something is part of your daily routine. So, if you say “わたしはたがい7時しちじあさはんべる。(I usually have breakfast at 7 am.), the percentage of eating breakfast at 7 am would be 70-80%. Whereas “わたしはたいてい7時しちじあさはんべる。(I usually have breakfast at 7 am.), the percentage of eating breakfast at 7 am would be 80-90%. Further, some native speakers feel people using “たいがい” whose personality is pretty stronger than people using “たいてい”. If you are a girl or a woman, you might want to use “たいがい” instead of “たいてい”.

Example
ゆか
たいがいあさ散歩さんぽするよ。 (I usually take a walk in the morning.) (大多数时候我会在早上散步。) (보통 아침엔 산책 해.) (Hầu hết buổi sáng tớ đều đi tản bộ.)
たつや
しんどいときは、たいがい22時にじゅうにじまでにはるよ。 (When I got tired, I usually sleep till 8 pm.) (我累了的时候,大概会在22点之前睡觉。) (힘들 때는 거의 22시까지는 자.) (Cứ khi nào đuối quá tớ sẽ đi ngủ lúc 22 giờ.)
ゆか
いえかえったら、たいがいマンガんでるよ。 (After getting home, I usually read the manga.) (回家的话,我大概会看漫画。) (집에 오면 거의 만화책을 읽어.) (Về nhà tớ thường đọc truyện tranh.)
たつや
友達ともだちみにったら、つぎたいがい二日酔いだよ。わら (When going for a drink with my friends, I usually have a hangover next day. haha) (和朋友去喝酒的话,大概第二天都会宿醉哦。笑) (친구와 마시러 가면, 다음날은 거의 숙취야. 하하.) (Khi đi nhậu với bạn bè kiểu gì tớ cũng bị say đến tận hôm sau đấy (cười).)

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