【N3】てあげる/te ageru/do something for someone

~てあげる ,do something for someone

 How to make do something for you Forms in Japanese.

    • ・ Meaning: do something for you
    • ・ JLPT Level: N3
    • ・ Category: grammar

You can use “~てあげる” when you want to say “do something for you”.

Verb て form +あげる means, I do something for you, or someone does something for someone else. ( on demand, as a favor)

The patterns is below:

てform +あげる

 Examples of sentence

手伝ってあげます。
I will help you ( as a favor)

あなたはまだ子供だから教えてあげます。
You are still child so I will teach you.

私は田中さんにDVDをかしてあげます。
I will lend Tanaka-san this DVD.

Verb て form + くれる means, someone does something for me( on demand, as a favor)

The patterns is below:

てform +くれる

 Examples of sentence

先生が宿題をみてくれました。
My teacher checked my home work (for me).

親が本を買ってくれました。
My parent bought me a book.

Verb て form + もらう means,I receive someone’s favor..

The patterns is below:

てform +もらう

 Examples of sentence

私は先生に教えてもらいました。
I got my teacher to teach me.

私は友だちにしゅくだいをてつだってもらいました。
I had my friend help me with my homework.

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