chigai vs. chigau: You’d Be Saying “I Got it!” About it.

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ちがい vs. ちがう: You’d Be Saying “I Got it!” About it.

Can you tell what the difference between “ちが(chigai)” and “ちが(chigau)”? This article would make you clear. Let me introduce how you correctly use them such as native speakers today!

ちがい (chigai)

Difference / 区别 / 차이 / Sự khác biệt

ちがい” means “Difference” and which has been used as the meaning of “a point or a way in which two or more things which you are comparing are not the same” that is a NOUN e.g. “AとBのちがい(the difference between A and B)”.

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Sample

yuka

ちがいがあるね! (It has differences!) (有不一样啦!) (차이가 있구나!) (Có sự khác nhau nhỉ!)

tatsuya

ちがいはなんですか? (What’s the difference?) (有什么不同?) (차이점은 무엇입니까?) (Khác chỗ nào vậy?)

yuka

このみにちがいがあるっぽいね。 (It seems our taste has differences.) (爱好似乎有所不同。) (취향에 차이가 있는 것 같네.) (Hình như khác nhau về khẩu vị nhỉ.)

tatsuya

ちがいはおおきさだよ! (The difference is sizes.) (不同在于尺寸!) (차이는 크기야!) (Khác nhau là ở kích thước đấy!)

ちがう (chigau)

Different / 不同 / 다르다 / Khác nhau

ちがう” means “Different” and which has been used as same as “ちがい” is, however that is an ADJECTIVE e.g. ちがいろ(different colors). So, the word “ちがい” being a noun, it specifies the extent or quality of dissimilarity or contrasts between two things, situations, or entities. Whereas, the word “ちがう” being adjective, it modifies a noun.

Sample

yuka

結構けっこうちがうね! (It is quite different!) (差很多欸!) (상당히 다르구나!) (Khá là khác nhau nhỉ!)

tatsuya

どうちがうんですか? (How is it different?) (它有什么不同?) (어떻게 다른가요?) (Khác nhau như thế nào?)

yuka

このみがちがうっぽいね。 (It seems we have different taste.) (看起来爱好很不一样。) (취향이 다른 것 같네.) (Hình như có khẩu vị khác nhau nhỉ.)

tatsuya

おおきさがちがうよ! (They are different sizes.) (大小不同!) (크기가 달라!) (Kích thước khác nhau đấy!)

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