|to break, snap, fracture||折れる|
|to yield to, accept (a demand), compromise|
[vt] = Transitive verb / [vi] = Intransitive verb / G1, G2, G3 = Group 1, 2, 3
ba form = conditional form / caus.passsive1 = causative passive long form / caus.passsive2 = causative passive short form
[ subject ] が 折れる
Hone means "bone" and Hone ga oreru is common phrase meaning "have a bone broken", "bone is broken".
This phrase is often used as an idiomatic expression meaning "have difficulty (to do)" or "be a hard job".
See example No. 5
This verb is an intransitive verb.
There is a transitive verb Orimasu / Oru.
き tree, えだ branch
かぜ wind, つよくて te form of tsuyoi indicating a cause; strong, powerful
ヨット yacht, マスト mast
たけ bamboo, まがる to bend, curve, －から because, therefore, so
－にくい (stem +) difficulty to do, not easily do
あし leg, foot, ほね bone
なおる to be cured, recover, be get well, －のに for doing, to do, in order to do
いっかげつ one month, かかる to take time, －そうだ reported information; I heard, they said
しごと work, job, business
Ａしゃ A company, ねさげ [sv] price cut, reduction in price, ようきゅう [sv] request, demand
おれて te form of oreru used as a conjuntion "and"
Functional patterns used in the sentences (Chapter numbers are from Building Up Conversation)
kaze ga tsuyokute / yookyuu ni orete
te form :used as a conjunction "and", also expresses a reason or a cause; "because", "due to"
Level 2 Chapter 6
take wa magaru kara
plain form + kara:expressing a reason or a cause; because, therefore, so
Level 2 Chapter 3
take wa ore-nikui
verb stem + -yasui and -nikui:"easy to do", "comfortable to do" & "difficult to do"
Level 3 Chapter 9
naoru no ni
-no ni:expressing purpose; for doing, to do, in order to do
Level 3 Chapter 10
1-kagetsu kakaru soo da
plain form + soo desu:reported information; I heard, he/they said
Level 2 Chapter 11
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