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Compare, contrast in Japanese 馃嚡馃嚨

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compare, contrast 銇忋倝銇广倠
How to say “compare, contrast” in Japanese? “銇忋倝銇广倠”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “銇忋倝銇广倠” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on compare, contrast in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to Remember the Japanese Word:
– You can think of "銇忋倝銇" (kurage) meaning "jellyfish" and imagine jellyfish in a race to compare their swimming speeds.
– The verb ends with "銈" (ru), making it part of the 銈-verb group which usually indicates an action.

– 銇忋倝銇广倠 (kuraberu): To compare
– It鈥檚 a common verb used when discussing similarities and differences between two or more items or individuals.

Other Words That Mean the Same Thing:
– 姣旇純銇欍倠 (銇层亱銇忋仚銈, hikaku suru): To compare


– Present/Future: 銇忋倝銇广倠 (kuraberu) – I compare, I will compare
– Past: 銇忋倝銇广仧 (kurabeta) – I compared
– Negative: 銇忋倝銇广仾銇 (kurabenai) – I do not compare
– Past Negative: 銇忋倝銇广仾銇嬨仯銇 (kurabenakatta) – I did not compare
– Polite Present/Future: 銇忋倝銇广伨銇 (kurabemasu) – I compare, I will compare (polite)
– Polite Past: 銇忋倝銇广伨銇椼仧 (kurabemaa) – I compared (polite)
– Polite Negative: 銇忋倝銇广伨銇涖倱 (kurabemasen) – I do not compare (polite)
– Polite Past Negative: 銇忋倝銇广伨銇涖倱銇с仐銇 (kurabemasen dea) – I did not compare (polite)
– Potential: 銇忋倝銇广倝銈屻倠 (kuraberareru) – I can compare

Examples of Sentences:
1. 褰笺仺寮熴倰銇忋倝銇广倠銇ㄣ佸紵銇伝銇嗐亴鑳屻亴楂樸亜銇с仚銆
– Kare to ot艒to o kuraberu to, ot艒to no h艒 ga se ga takai desu.
– When you compare him to his younger brother, the younger brother is taller.

2. 銇撱伄浜屻仱銇儮銉囥儷銈掋亸銈夈伖銇︺併仼銇°倝銇屻倛銈婅壇銇勩亱鏁欍亪銇︺亸銇犮仌銇勩
– Kono futatsu no moderu o kurabete, dochira ga yori yoi ka oshiete kudasai.
– Please compare these two models and tell me which one is better.

3. 銉嗐偣銉堛伄绲愭灉銈掋亸銈夈伖銇亜銇с亸銇犮仌銇勩
– tesuto no kekka o kurabenai de kudasai.
– Please don't compare the test results.

4. 褰煎コ銇幓骞淬伄鑷垎銇ㄣ亸銈夈伖銇︺併倐銇c仺鑷俊銈掓寔銇ゃ倛銇嗐伀銇倞銇俱仐銇熴
– Kanojo wa kyonen no jibun to kurabete, motto jishin o motsu y艒 ni narimaa.
– Compared to herself last year, she has become more confident.

5. 灏嗘潵銇▓鐢汇倰鍙嬮仈銇ㄣ亸銈夈伖銇︺亜銈嬨
– Sh艒rai no keikaku o tomodachi to kurabete iru.
– I am comparing my future plans with my friend's.

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