れる vs. 手慣てなれる: Japanese often Use These Words.

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れる vs. 手慣てなれる: Japanese often Use These Words.

What is the difference between “れる and 手慣てなれる”? Which is used for a person doing something manually? 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”] れる (nareru)

[wp-svg-icons icon=”arrow-right-2″ wrap=”span”] Be/Get used to / 习惯 / 익숙해지다 / Quen với…

“れる” means “be(get) used to ___” and which has been used as the meaning of “to be familiar with something and accept it as normal”. The basic way to use it is “わたしは___にれる(I am/get used to ___.)”, etc. For instance, “わたしあたらしい仕事しごとれる。(I am/get used to my new job.)”, etc. The tips for using it is that “れる” is used be used much more widely than “手慣てなれる”. Everybody could use “れる” as casual and formal.

Example
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あたらしい仕事しごとれましたか? (Did you get used to your new job?) (习惯新工作了吗?) (새로운 일에 익숙해졌습니까?) (Cậu đã quen với công việc mới chưa?)
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うん、すこしずつれてきたよ。 (Yeah, I’m getting used to it.) (是的,渐渐地习惯了。) (응, 조금씩 익숙해지고 있어.) (Rồi, tớ đang dần dần quen từng chút một rồi.)
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日本語にほんごおとれないとなー! (I gotta get used to English sounds.) (我必须习惯日语的声音!) (일본어 소리에 익숙해져야 해!) (Tớ phải làm quen với âm thanh của tiếng Nhật!)
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すぐにれるよ。 (You’ll get used to it.) (你很快就会习惯的。) (곧 익숙해 질거야.) (Bạn sẽ quen ngay thôi mà.)
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[wp-svg-icons icon=”checkmark-circle” wrap=”i”] 手慣てなれる (tenareru)

[wp-svg-icons icon=”arrow-right-2″ wrap=”span”] Get skilled or Get experienced, perfectly get used to (by hand) / 熟练 / 숙달하다 / Đã từng làm…, khéo làm…

手慣てなれる” means “Get skilled or Get experienced Or perfectly get used to (by hand)” and which has been used as the meaning of “to have the special abilities and experience to do a particular job well”. The basic way to use it is “わたしは___に手慣てなれいる。(I am/get used to ___/ get experienced ___.)”, etc. For instance, “わたしはパソコンの使つかかた手慣てなれている。(I get skilled how to use a computer.)”, etc. The tips for using it is that “手慣てなれる” is used “to get used to doing something with SKILLED by HAND”. So, someone says “てなてますね。(You are used to it.)” and “手慣てなれてますね。(You get skilled doing it.)”. Everybody could use “手慣てなれる” as casual and formal. Lastly, “” means “HAND” of “手慣てなれる”.

Example
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シェフが手慣てなれたつきで料理りょうりつくってたよ。 (A chef cooked with a practiced hand.) (厨师熟练地做菜。) (요리사가 익숙한 손놀림으로 요리를 만들었어.) (Đầu bếp đã nấu món ăn bằng cách rất khéo léo đấy.)
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パソコンに手慣てなれてるね。 (You get perfectly get used to using the computer.) (你很熟悉电脑啊。) (컴퓨터가 손에 익었구나.) (Bạn sử dụng máy vi tính thành thạo nhỉ.)
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美容師びようしってハサミの使つかかた手慣てなれてるよねー。 (Beauticians perfectly got used to the way to use scissors, don’t they?) (美发师使用剪刀的手法非常熟练。) (미용사는 가위 사용이 손에 익숙해) (Người thợ làm tóc thì rất khéo trong việc dùng kéo nhỉ.)
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さっきたタクシードライバーは、運転うんてん手慣てなれたね。 (The taxi driver we saw a while ago was skillfully driving.) (我之前看到的出租车司机开车非常熟练。) (아까 본 택시 운전사는 운전이 손에 익었어.) (Người tài xế taxi mà mình thấy lúc nãy lái xe giỏi quá nhỉ.)
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