Japanese てもらえないか grammar temoraenaika

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Let’s learn Japanese てもらえないか grammar temoraenaika :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

It is used to ask someone to do something for the speaker or people close to the speaker.


Kono jusho wo oshietemoraenai ka.
Could you show me this address?

Kondo no kaigi, watashi no kawari ni sankashitemoraenai ka.
Can you attend this meeting instead of me?

Kinou no jugyou ni shussekishinaikara, no-to wo kashitemoraenai ka.
Because I did not attend class yesterday, could you lend me your notebook?

Boku no kawari ni shou wo moratte moraenai ka.
Could you receive the award instead of me?

Kono mondai wo chotto mitemoraenai ka.
Can you take a look at this problem for me?

Note: The plain form of this structure is used with people you have a close relationship or people whose positions are lower than you. The polite form is widely used. The more polite form 「Vてもらえないでしょうか」、「Vていただけませんか」、「Vていただけないでしょうか」、…

Above is Japanese てもらえないか grammar temoraenaika. 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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