Japanese てはどうか grammar tehadouka

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Let’s learn Japanese てはどうか grammar tehadouka :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Expresses the meaning “…What about?/ … how do you feel about?”. Used when we want to advise, suggest something.
For example

ta no yarikata wo kangae te ha dou ka
ii desu yo
A: “What about looking for another way?”
B: “OK!”

boku tachi ha issho ni chimu ni natu te tagaini ouen shi te ha dou ka
Shall we team up and support the other?

ore to ni natu te shukudai wo issho ni yatu te ha dou ka
What about pairing with me and doing homework together?

sensei ni kii te ha dou ka
hayaku shi ta hou ga ii ne
A: “Why don’t we ask teacher?”
B: “We should do that soon”.

karera to chotto soudan shi te ha dou ka
What about discussing with them?

Note: 「てはどうか」nearly the same meaning with 「たらどうか」 , but 「てはどうか」is written and used in formal conversations. Often used in form:「たらどうか」. In intimate spoken conversation:「Vちゃどうか」, polite speaking:「Vてはいかがですか/いかがでしょうか」.

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