Japanese よろしいでしょうか grammar yoroshiideshouka

Japanese よろしいでしょうか grammar yoroshiideshouka
Japanese よろしいでしょうか grammar yoroshiideshouka

Let’s learn Japanese よろしいでしょうか grammar yoroshiideshouka:

Japanese よろしいでしょうか grammar yoroshiideshouka

Formation :

Vて+てもよろしい(ですか/でしょうか)

Meaning and how to use :

It is used to politely ask for permission to do something. It is often used with a person whose position is higher than the speaker’s.

Example:

1. これをお使いしてもよろしいでしょうか。
Kore wo otsukai shitemo yoroshii deshouka.
May I use this?

2. 明日、僕も参ってもよろしいですか。
Asu, boku mo maittemo yoroshii desuka.
May I come tomorrow?

3. 今あそこにお戻してもよろしいでしょうか。
Ima asoko ni omodoshitemo yoroshii deshouka.
May I go back there now?

4. この部屋にお入りしてもよろしいですか。
Kono heya ni ohairishitemo yoroshii desuka.
May I enter this room?

5. あのペンを借りてもよろしいですか。
Ano pen wo karitemo yoroshii desuka.
May I borrow that pen?

Note: It is usually used with honorifics. This structure is more polite than「てもいい」. In addition, 「でしょうか」 is more polite than 「ですか」.

Ref : tuhoconline

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