Japanese てもらえまいか grammar temoraemaika

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Let’s learn Japanese てもらえまいか grammar temoraemaika :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Describe the speaker’s requests.


Ji ga wakaranai kara, kono tegami wo yondemoraemai ka.
I am not literate, so could you read this letter for me?

Eigo ga yokunai kara kono bunshou wo honyaku shitemora maika.
Because my English is not good, could you translate this article for me?

Saikin isogashisugiru kara, repo-to wo kaitemorae maika.
I’m too busy these days, so can you write a report for me?

Kono kanji no yomi kata wo oshietemorae mai ka.
Can you tell me how to read this kanji?

5000 en wo kashitemoraemaika.
Can you lend me 5000 yen?

+) This is a formal way of speaking for men.
+) It is often used with the quoted sentence in the form「…と頼まれた/言われた」.
+) In speaking, we use 「Vてくれ/もらえないだろうか」

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