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やる気, 遣る気, やるき

  • yaruki

Definition

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • willingness (e.g. to do something)
  • eagerness
  • motivation
  • inspiration
  • determination
  • high aspirations

Examples of やる気,遣る気,やるき in a Sentence

にはガッツやる気あります
I'm a person with guts and a strong will.
Where there's a will, there's a way.
You can improve your English if you try.
He is young and inexperienced, but quite enterprising.
やる気あれば不可能なことない
Nothing is impossible to a willing heart.
One glance at his face told me that he was reluctant to work.
宿題やる気しない
I don't feel like doing my math homework now.
This is so enduring as to make even the most diligent worker give up.
It is not possible to do if there is not every motivation.
らのやる気激怒した
He was incensed by their lack of incentives.
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