はやく vs. はやい:Can You Correctly Use Them in Talking?

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はやく vs. はやい:Can You Correctly Use Them in Talking?

What is the difference between “はやく(hayaku) and はやい(hayai)”? Which is used as the meaning of “adjective”? 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!

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はやく(hayaku) and はやい(hayai)” mean “Early” and which has been used as the meaning of “near the beginning of a period of time, or before the usual, expected, or planned time”. The tips for using them are that “はやく” is used as “ADVERB” and “はやい” is used as “ADJECTIVE”. The basic ways to use them are that “わたしはやく___する。(I ____ early.)” and “わたしは___がはやい。(I ____ early.)”, etc For instance, “わたしはやきる。(I get up early.)”, “わたしきるのがはやい。(I get up early.)”, “わたしはやる。(I sleep early.)”, “わたしるのがはやい。(I sleep early.)”, “わたしはや学校がっこうく。(I go to school early.)”, “わたし学校がっこうくのがはやい。(I go to school early.)”, etc. Everyone could use “はやい” as casual, polite and formal such as “はやきるよ。(I get up early.)”, “きるのはやいよ。(I get up early.)” as casual and “はやきます。(I get up early.)”, “きるのがはやいです。(I get up early.)” as polite and formal.

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明日あしたはやきてね。 (Wake up early tomorrow, OK?) (明天早点起床哦。) (내일은 일찍 일어나도록 해. ) (Ngày mai hãy dậy sớm nhé!)
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