Japanese grammar てやる teyaru
Let’s learn Japanese grammar てやる teyaru :
JLPT level : N5
Meaning and how to use :
Describe the meaning that is the speaker does something for another object (it can be plant or animal). In some cases it’s used to express anger by doing things the listener doesn’t like.
Watashi ha inu ni sanpo shi te yaru.
I take my dog out for a walk (do it for the dog’s favor).
kodomo ni ehon o yon de yari mashi ta.
I read book to the children.
itsuka ni sai no otouto ni okashi o katte yaru.
Some times I will by buy two-year-old brother sweet.
ore ha kondo dake shukudai o tasuke te yaru yo.
I help you to do the excercise this time only.
sonnani kami o barabara ni shi ta nante? zehi kyou ano ko ni shikatte yaru.
Look at that tore paper sheets… I must scold that child.
Note : this structure can also express the meaning : doing something to someone that he/she doesn’t like, to express anger (like example 5)
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