それぞれ + Phrase
それぞれ + の + Noun
- 皆それぞれ食べたいものを頼んでね。Everyone, please (each) order something you want to eat.
- それぞれ別の行動をした。We each did our own separate things.
- 人それぞれの考え方があるから、しょうがないよ。Each person has different ways of thinking, so there is nothing we can do.
- それぞれのチームに別れてから開始してください。Please start once you have divided yourselves into each separate team.
Let's go to each of the places we want to go (respectively).
Living things each eat different things respectively.
We each (respectively) did exercises that we like.
We decided that we will each (respectively) go our separate ways from now on.
Each (respective) person has a habit.
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それぞれ – Grammar Discussion
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I actually thought so too until I read this, so I checked with a Japanese friend and she said it doesn’t look quite right, but you can say 癖は人それぞれです, which would also be natural.
I also thought it sounded strange but it does appear to be used quite naturally in Japanese as shown in these examples.
It also has its own definition at Jisho.org
to each his own; people differ; different people (have different likes)
Would anyone happen to know the difference in usage between this point and べつべつ? Thank you!
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