Japanese grammar dictionary

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Let’s learn Japanese お…する grammar o…suru :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

This is a humble way of saying that describes the meaning “I do something for others”.


Kono machi wo goannaishimasu.
I will show you around this city.

Sono hako wo omochishimashou ka.
Shall I bring that box for you?

Kono shouhin wo goshoukai shimashou.
I would like to introduce this product.

Tanaka san ni go dengon shimashita.
I sent a message to Mr. Tanaka.

Shachou to ohanashimashita.
I talked to the manager.

Note:  You can use this structure to suggest that you would do something for others.「お…いたす」 is a more polite way of speaking. In case of using with Chinese-Japanese nouns, we use the form「ごN+する」. But if it is「電話する」, we use the form「お電話する」

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above is Japanese お…する grammar o…suru. if you don’t understand the signs we used in fomation, you can find their meaning here : signs used in Japanese grammar structures.

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