Japanese くれます grammar kuremasu
Let’s learn Japanese くれます grammar kuremasu :
JLPT level : N5
Note : N1 is subject (giver)
N2 is receiver
N3 is object
Meaning and how to use :
Someone gives us or our relatives something
Kinou, haha ha amare ta bakari no sētā o kure mashi ta.
Yesterday, my mom gave me the sweeter that she has just finished.
wasure ta node, tomodachi ha boku ni pen o kure mashi ta.
My friend gives me a pen because I foget to bring one.
watashi tachi ni aisukurīmu o kure masu.
We were given icecream.
jisho o kure masu.
I was given a dictionary.
shachou ga atarashii kuruma o kure masu.
The director gives me a new car.
Note : +) “は” can be replaced by “が” to emphasize the one who receives or gives (example 5)
+) Sometimes N1 and N2 are removed to emphasize the objected which is received or given (example 4)
+) in a question “は” is replaced by “が”.
+) polite form of “くれます” is “くださる”.
Related structures :
てやってくれないか teyattekurenaika, teyatte kurenaika
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