The Easiest Way To Use くすぐったい and かゆい

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The easiest way to use くすぐったい and かゆい

I’d say くすぐったい and かゆい are a little bit confusing, however, their nuance is different from each other and the rule of using these words is not so difficult to use, so let’s try to master here.




くすぐったい

Tickle

When feeling tickle, you could use くすぐったい. For example, your friends tickle you, your dog licks your sole and etc. Unlike かゆい, when someone stops tickling you, it would be gone. And some people use こしょばい or こそばい as the meaning of くすぐったい. They are the same meaning.

Example
ゆか
やめてー!くすぐったい (Ahhhh stop it!! It tickles!) (快住手!好痒呀!) (하지 마! 간지러워!) (Dừng lại đi! nhột à.)
たつや
友達ともだちくすぐった (I tickled my friend.) (我骗了我的朋友们。) (친구를 간지럽혔다.) (Tôi cù bạn bè của tôi.)
ゆか
それやめてくれる?すごいくすぐったいんだけどー。 (Can you stop that? It really tickles.) (可以停手吗——那非常痒啊。) (그거 그만 좀 할래? 너무 간지러운데.) (Dừng lại dùm đi! Buồn kinh khủng ý!)
たつや
あしくすぐったいよ! (My foot tickles!) (我的脚很痒!) (다리가 간지러워!) (Nhột chân quá à.)

かゆい

Itchy

When insects, mosquito and so on bite someone, he/she is going to be itchy which is かゆい. Unlike こしょばい, when someone feels かゆい, he/she may scratch his/her body. And かゆい is one of the bad signals or symptoms of your body such as allergy.

Example
たつや
背中せなかかゆいなー。 (My back itches.) (我的背部发痒。) (등이 가려운데.) (Lưng ngứa ghê.)
ゆか
左腕ひだりうでかゆいー。 (My left arm is itchy.) (我的左臂发痒。) (왼쪽 팔이 가려워.) (Cánh tay trái của tôi bị ngứa.)
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たつや
背中せなかかいてくれる? (Can you scratch my back?) (可以帮我抓背吗?) (등 좀 긁어줄래?) (Gãi giúp tôi cái lưng.)
ゆか
にさされてかゆのー。 (I’m itchy after mosquito bit.) (蚊子叮咬发痒-) (모기에 물려서 가려워.) (Muỗi cắn ngứa quá.)

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