Japanese とちがって grammar tochigatte

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Let’s learn Japanese とちがって grammar tochigatte :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Expresses the meaning “Event/ thing that’s stated in the first part is different from one in the second part of the sentence”. Used when we want to compare 2 things having different nature.
For example

genki na otouto togatu te watakushi ha totemo yowaku te nyuuin shi te bakari i masu
Unlike my healthy younger brother, I’m sickly and usually hospitalized.

seiseki ga ii tanaka n to chigatu te nakamura san ha itsumo warui ten wo totu te i masu
Tanaka has good score, but unlike him, Nakamura always gets bad marks.

gamanzuyoi boku to chigatu te imouto ha totemo sekkachi da
Unlike me being patient, my sister is hot headed.

o kanemochi no takabashi san to chigatu te yamata san ha bimbou na hito desu
Different from a rich guy like Takahashi, Mr Yamada is poor.

haha ga tsukutu ta ryouri ga oishii no to chigatu te watashi ga tsukutu ta ryouri ga tare demo ajiwai taku nai hodo mazui da
Unlike the delicious dishes my mother cooks, the food I make is so bad that no one wants to try.

Note: Might use the form「とちがい」.

Above is Japanese とちがって grammar tochigatte. if you don’t understand the signs we used in fomation, you can find their meaning here : signs used in Japanese grammar structures.

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