丁寧ていねい vs. 丁重ていちょう: Which is Used For the Others?

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丁寧ていねい vs. 丁重ていちょう: Which is Used For the Others?

What is the difference between “丁寧ていねい and 丁重ていちょう“? Which is used for the others? 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”] 丁寧ていねい (teinei) / 丁重ていちょう (teichou)

[wp-svg-icons icon=”arrow-right-2″ wrap=”span”] Polite, Respectful / 礼貌, 郑重 / 정중 / lịch sự, lịch sự

Both “丁寧ていねい and 丁重ていちょう” means “Polite or Respectful” and which has been used as the meaning of “showing behavior that is respectful and considerate of other people.”. The basic way to use it is “丁寧ていねいな___(noun)”, “丁寧ていねいに___する(verb)”, “丁重ていちょうな___(noun)” and “丁重ていちょうに___する(verb)”. For instance, “丁寧ていねい店員てんいん(a polite clerk)”, “丁寧ていねい対応たいおうする(respond politely)”, “丁重ていちょうあつかい(gentle handling)” and “丁重ていちょうこたえる(answer respectfully)”. The tips for using them are that basically ”丁寧ていねい” and “丁重ていちょう” are the same as the meaning of “Polite”, however, “丁重ていちょう” is used as the meaning of “to RESPECTFULLY and POLITELY do something to others or others do” that means “丁重ていちょう” has the meaning of “RESPECTFULLY”.

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レイは丁重ていちょうこたえてくれたよ。 (Rei respectfully answered me.) (雷很认真地回答我喔。) (레이는 정중하게 대답해주었어.) (Ray trả lời tôi một cách rất lịch sự đấy.)
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レイは上司じょうしたいして丁重ていちょうだよね? (He behaves respectfully toward his superiors, doesn’t he?) (雷对他的老板很尊重,对吧?) (레이는 상사에게 정중하잖아?) (Ray lịch sự đối với cấp trên của anh ấy nhỉ?)
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就職しゅうしょく丁重ていちょうことわったんだー。 (I declined the job-offer very politely.) (我郑重拒绝了去找工作。) (취업을 정중하게 거절했어.) (Tôi đã từ chối công việc một cách lịch sự.)
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店員てんいん丁重ていちょうおじぎをしたんだ。 (A clerk bowed to me with courtesy.) (店员很礼貌地鞠躬。) (점원이 정중하게 인사했어.) (Nhân viên nhà hàng đã cúi đầu chào một cách lịch sự.)
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“おしお”は”しお”を丁寧ていねい言葉ことばだよ。 (“o-shio” is a polite way to say “shio”) (“御盐”是“盐”的礼貌的说法。) (일본어로 “오시오”는 소금의 “시오”를 정중하게 부르는 말이야.) (“Oshio” là cách nói lịch sự của từ “shio” đấy.)
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みちとき丁寧ていねいたずねないとねっ! (When you ask someone for directions, you gotta ask politely!) (去问路的时候要有礼貌才行!) (길을 물을 때는 정중하게 물어야 해.) (Khi hỏi đường thì nhớ phải hỏi cho lịch sự nhé!)
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ぼく丁寧ていねいおじぎをしました。 (I bowed politely.) (我很恭敬地鞠躬。) (나는 정중하게 인사를 했습니다.) (Tôi đã cúi đầu chào một cách lịch sự.)
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