Japanese もらおうか てもらおうか grammar moraouka temoraouka
Let’s learn Japanese もらおうか てもらおうか grammar moraouka temoraouka:
Meaning and how to use :
It is used to ask the listeners to indirectly do something. This structure has the particle, which describe the meaning “the speaker has just thought of it” or “add the hesitation of the speaker to the sentence”. When adding particle, the imposing meaning will become softer.
Shokuryou ga tarinai node, kaini itte moraou ka.
Since we don’t have enough food, please go to buy more.
Chotto kore wo misete moraou ka.
Please show me this one a little bit.
Ima jikan ga ani node tanin ni tanonde moraou ka.
I don’t have time now, so please ask someone else.
Kono ten watashi mo wkaaranai node sensei ni kiitemoraou ka.
I don’t understand this point either, so please ask the teacher.
Ano kotoba no imi wo oshiete moraou ka.
Please tell me the meaning of that word.
Note: This structure is often used by a person who has a high status.
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