Japanese てくれ grammar tekure

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Let’s learn Japanese てくれ grammar tekure :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

It is used to ask someone to do something.


Moudamattekure. Nandemo kikitakunai.
Just shut up already. I don’t want to hear anything.

Urusai yo, Dekaketekure.
You are noisy. Get out of here.

Hayaku kitekure.
Come here quickly.

Kono shukudai wo dekiru dake hayaku toketekure.
Solve this problem as soon as possible.

Sonnani damaranaide. nanika ittekure.
Don’t be so silent like that. Say something.

Note: In informal conversation, sometimes the following part of the sentence is omitted. The polite form of this structure are「Vないでください(ませんか)/いただけませんか/いただけないでしょうか」. We can also say「Vないでほしい」.

Written above is the Japanese  grammar てくれ . In case you don’t understand any of the signs we used in the formation part, you can find out their meanings in this post: signs used in Japanese grammar structures.

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