Japanese 難い(がたい) grammar gatai
Let’s learn Japanese 難い(がたい) grammar gatai :
JLPT level : N3
Meaning and how to use :
Describe an action that is very hard to do. It’s usually be added to Verb at continuous form and usually used with verb related to awareness (信じる、想像するなど）, telling （言う）.
Sonnani jouzu na kare ha hikui ten o toru nante shinji gatai ne.
That is incredible to believe that he got bad mark.
arubaito o suru naka, egatai keiken o takusan shi ta.
While working, I gained so many experiences that are hard to gain.
yasashii kanojo ha sonna koto o iu nante souzou shi gatai ne.
It’s hard to imagine that she gentle girl can say this things
kare ha hannin da to mitome gatai.
It’s hard to admit that he’s the culprit.
otto ga nakunatta. Musume ni sonna hidoi koto o ii gatai.
My husband passed away. It’s hard to tell my daughter that pain.
Note: This is idiomatical way of speaking, used in old, written language
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