う vs. わせる:Which Do You Need An Appointment?

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う vs. わせる:Which Do You Need An Appointment?

What is the difference between What is the difference between “う(au) and わせる(machiawaseru)”? Which is used as the meaning of “meet up”? After reading this, you would be answering this question. Let me introduce what their subtle differences are and how you correctly use them such as native speakers today!




[wp-svg-icons icon=”checkmark-circle” wrap=”i”] う(au)

[wp-svg-icons icon=”arrow-right-2″ wrap=”span”] Meet, See / 见面 / 만나다 / Gặp gỡ

う(au)” means “Meet or See” and which has been used as the meaning of “to see and talk to someone for the first time or more than the second time”. The basic ways to use it are that “わたしは___とう。(I meet/see ___.)”, etc. For instance, “わたし友達ともだちう。(I meet/see my friend.)”, “わたしはレイとう。(I meet/see Rei.)”, “わたし先生せんせいう。(I meet/see my teacher.)”, etc. The tips for using it are that “う” is used as the meaning of “A PERSON MEET/SEE SOMEONE BY CHANCE OR A PERSON HAVE AN APPOINTMENT TO SEE SOMEONE.”, unlike “わせる”. Everyone could use “う” as casual, polite and formal such as “友達ともだちったよ。(I met/saw my friend.)” as casual and “友達ともだちいました。(I met/saw my friend.)” as polite and formal.

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土日どにちたのしみはたつやにえること! (The best thing about weekends is that I get to see you, Tatsuya!) (我很期待这周末能见到达也!) (주말이 기대되는 건 타츠야를 만날 수 있어서야!) (Niềm vui của ngày thứ bảy chủ nhật chính là việc có thể gặp được Tatsuya!)
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またいましたね! (We meet again!) (我们又见面了!) (또 만났네요!) (Lại gặp nhau nữa rồi!)
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またえてうれしいです。 (It’s good to see you again.) (很高兴能再次见到你。) (또 만나서 기쁩니다.) (Tôi rất vui vì có thể gặp lại bạn.)
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ひさしぶりに友達ともだちったよ。 (I saw my friend for the first time in a long time.) (我好久没跟朋友见面了。) (오랜만에 친구를 만났어.) (Đã lâu lắm rồi mới gặp lại bạn đấy.)
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[wp-svg-icons icon=”checkmark-circle” wrap=”i”] わせる(machiawaseru)

[wp-svg-icons icon=”arrow-right-2″ wrap=”span”] Meet up / 汇合 / 약속해 만나기로 하다 / Hẹn gặp

わせる(machiawaseru)” means “Meet up” and which has been used as the meaning of “to go to a place to be with someone to do something”. The basic ways to use it are that “わたしは___とわせる。(I meet up with ___.)”, etc For instance, “わたし友達ともだちわせる。(I meet up with my friend.)”, “わたしはレイとわせる。(I meet up with Rei.)”, “わたし先生せんせいわせる。(I meet up with my teacher.)”, etc. The tips for using it are that “わせる” is used as the meaning of “A PERSON HAVE AN APPOINTMENT TO SEE SOMEONE.”, unlike “う”. Everyone could use “わせる” as casual, polite and formal such as “友達ともだちわせたよ。(I met up with my friend.)” as casual and “友達ともだちわせました。(I met up with my friend.)” as polite and formal.

Example
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スタバでわせしよう! (Let’s meet up at Starbucks!) (我们在星巴克会面吧!) (스타벅스에서 만나자!) (Hãy gặp nhau tại Starbucks đi!)
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