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〜がちだ/がちで/がちな/がちの

Usage:

Polite Form of Verb(delete the ます in the end) + がちだ/がちで/がちな/がちの

Noun + がちだ/がちで/がちな/がちの

 

Meaning:

tend to…

 

Examples:

くるまってばかりだと、運動うんどうそくになりがちだ。

If you ride cars all the time you’ll tend to be out of shape.

 

あついときはつめたいものをべがちで、よくおなかこわす。

I tend to eat cold things when the weather it’s hot, and it will often make my stomach upset.

 

わたしあにびょうがちなひとです。

My brother tends to get sick.

 

 

Notes:

1.がちだ is in the end of the sentence, がちで is in the middle of the sentence, and  がちな/がちの should follow noun.

2.がちな and がちの are the same, but we use がちな more often than がちの.

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