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Not good at, be bad at in Japanese đŸ‡ŻđŸ‡”

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not good at, be bad at ă«ăŒăŠ
How to say “not good at, be bad at” in Japanese? “ă«ăŒăŠ”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “ă«ăŒăŠ” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on not good at, be bad at in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Romanized Characters: nigate

Tips to Remember the Japanese Word:
– "Ni" sounds like "knee" in English, and "gate" sounds like "gate" in English.
– Imagine a "knee" bumping into a closed "gate" because you are not good at opening it.

– "ă«ăŒăŠ" (nigate) is used to describe something you are not skilled at or something you do not like because you find it difficult.

Other Words That Mean the Same Thing:
– 䞋手 (また, heta): This means "unskilled" or "poor at".
– 苊手ăȘ (ă«ăŒăŠăȘ, nikaten): Used as an adjective to describe something you are not good at.

Alternate Meanings (like Slang):
– Generally, "ă«ăŒăŠ" (nigate) is used in formal and informal contexts, particularly in conversations and does not have notable slang meanings.

Examples of Sentences:
1. ćœŒăŻæłłăăźăŒă«ăŒăŠă ă€‚
-> Kare wa oyogu no ga nigate da.
-> He is not good at swimming.

2. ç§ăŻæ•°ć­ŠăŒă«ăŒăŠă§ă™ă€‚
-> Watashi wa suugaku ga nigate desu.
-> I am not good at math.

3. ćœŒć„łăŻæ–™ç†ăŒă«ăŒăŠăȘんです。
-> Kanojo wa ryouri ga nigate nan desu.
-> She is not good at cooking.

4. 英èȘžăŻă«ăŒăŠă ă‘ă©ă€ăŒă‚“ă°ăŁăŠć‹‰ćŒ·ă—ăŠă„ăŸă™ă€‚
-> Eigo wa nigate dakedo, ganbatte benkyou eimasu.
-> I'm not good at English, but I'm trying hard by studying it.

5. あăȘăŸăŒă«ăŒăŠăȘă“ăšăŻă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă‹ïŒŸ
-> Anata ga nigate na koto wa arimasu ka?
-> Is there anything you are not good at?

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