Japanese お…くださる grammar o…kudasaru

Japanese お…くださる grammar o…kudasaru
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Let’s learn Japanese お…くださる grammar o…kudasaru:

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

This is a reverent way of speaking for a person whose position is higher than the speaker.


Isogashii tokoro nimo watashi no koto wo okanshin kudasattehontou ni arigatou gozaimasu.
Thank you so much for caring me despite your busy schedule.

Douzo koko ni ohairikudasai.
Please come here.

Shichou ha otasuke kudasattetotemo arigatai desu.
I am grateful for the mayor’s help.

Shushou ah nihon go shusseki kudasaimashita.
The Prime Minister attended today.

Douzo iken wo onobekudasai.
Please give us your opinion.

Note: In case of using with Chinese-Japanese nouns, we use the form「ごN+くださる」. But if it is 「電話する」, we use the form「お電話くださる」. We can use the form「おVます(ます)+ください」to invite someone or request something politely.

Above is Japanese お…くださる grammar o…kudasaru. If you don’t understand the signs we used in formation, you can find their meaning here : signs used in Japanese grammar structures.

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