Japanese てちょうだい grammar techoudai

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Let’s learn Japanese てちょうだい grammar techoudai :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

It is used to make requests.


Nee, chotto tetsudattechoudai.
Hey, please help me.

Kanojo ha watashi ni “Kono bokkusu wo heya no naka ni hakonde choudai” to itteimashita.
She said to me, “Please bring this box into the room”.

Kono mimotsu ga chotto omoi node mottechoudai.
Because this luggage is a bit heavy, please bring it for me.

Sensei no denwa bangou wo oshietechoudai.
Please tell me teacher’s phone number.

Mina ni kono koto wo houkoku shite choudai.
Please report this to everyone.

Note: It is usually used by women and children with people close to them. Although it isn’t impolite, do not use it in formal situations.

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