なでる vs. さする:Most Learners Can’t Use Them Properly

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なでる vs. さする:Most Learners Can’t Use Them Properly

What is the difference between “なでる(naderu) and さする(sasuru)”? Which is used as the meaning of “stroke”? Which is only used as the meaning of “prosper”? 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”] なでる(naderu)

[wp-svg-icons icon=”arrow-right-2″ wrap=”span”] Gently stroke, Pet / 抚摸 / 쓰다듬다 / Xoa, sờ

“なでる(naderu)” means “Gently stroke or Pet” and which has been used as the meaning of “to move a hand, another part of the body, or an object gently over something or someone, usually repeatedly and for pleasure”. The basic ways to use it are that “わたし___をなでる。(I gently stroke ___.)”, etc. For instance, “わたしあかちゃんのあたまをなでる。(I gently stroke the baby’s head.)”, “わたし子供こどものおなかをなでる。(I gently stroke the child’s stomach.)”, “わたしいぬをなでる。(I pet my dog.)”, etc. The tips for using it are that “なでる” is used as the meaning of “TO SHOW YOUR LOVE FOR SOMEONE OR SOMETHING”, “さする”. Everyone could use “なでる” as casual, polite and formal such as “あかちゃんのあたまをなでたよ。(I gently stroked the baby’s head.)” as casual and “あかちゃんのあたまをなでました。(I gently stroked the baby’s head.)” as polite and formal.

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うちのいぬはおなかなでられるのがきなの。 (My dog always wants me to gently stroke his tummy.) (我家的狗很喜欢被摸它肚子。) (우리 개는 배를 쓰다듬어주는 걸 좋아해.) (Con chó nhà tôi rất thích được xoa đầu.)
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子供こどもあたまなでるのがきです。 (I like to gently stroke her head.) (我喜欢抚摸孩子的头部。) (아이 머리를 쓰다듬는 것을 좋아합니다.) (Tôi rất thích xoa đầu trẻ con.)
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あかのほっぺをなでました (I gently stroke the baby’s cheek.) (我摸了红红的脸蛋。) (발그스레한 뺨을 어루만졌습니다.) (Tôi đã xoa đôi má đỏ ửng.)
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かわいいねこだね!なでていい? (The cat is so cute! Can I pet your cat?) (好可爱的猫!可以摸一下吗?) (귀여운 고양이네! 쓰다듬어 봐도 돼?) (Thật là một con mèo dễ thương nhỉ! Tôi sờ nó được chứ?)
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[wp-svg-icons icon=”arrow-right-2″ wrap=”span”] Give someone’s backrubs, Massage / 擦 / 어루만지다 / Xoa bóp

“さする(sasuru)” means “Give someone’s backrubs Or Massage” and which has been used as the meaning of “a form of massage in which the masseur rubs especially one’s back”. The basic ways to use it are that “わたし___の背中せなかをさする。(I give ___ backrubs.)”, etc. For instance, “わたしかれ背中せなかをさする。(I give his backrubs.)”, “わたし子供こども背中せなかをさする。(I give the child’s backrubs.)”, etc. The tips for using it are that “さする” is used for “TO EASE THE PAIN, THEIR SAD FEELING, BAD FEELING AFTER DRINKING, etc”, “なでる”. Everyone could use “さする” as casual, polite and formal such as “子供こども背中せなかをさすったよ。(I gave the child’s backrubs.)” as casual and “子供こども背中せなかをさすりました。(I gave the child’s backrubs.)” as polite and formal.

Example
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気持きもわるいの?さすろっか (You don’t feel well? Do you want me to give your backrubs?) (不舒服吗?我给你搓一下?) (기분 안 좋아? 쓰다듬어 줄까?) (Bạn có cảm thấy khó chịu không? Tôi xoa bóp cho bạn nhé?)
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