Japanese てくれる grammar tekureru

Japanese てくれる grammar tekureru
Japaneseてくれる grammar  tekureru

Let’s learn Japanese てくれる grammar tekureru :

JLPT level : N5

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

1. Describe the meaning “someone has done somehting forr the speaker willingly”.

For example

Kanojo ha ano yuumei na sakka o shoukai shi te kure mashi ta.
She has introduced to me a famous author.

saikin iroiro na sewa o shi te kure te, hontouni arigatou gozai masu
Recently, you have helped me a lot, thank you very much

byouki de jugyou o yasun da. Yamanaka san ha nōto o kai te kure te, hontouni arigatakatta.
I was absent from school because of my illness. Yamanaka noted for me the lesson, I feel so grateful.

2. Express a request or command or suggest to someone

For example

kono DVD, kashi te kure mase n ka.
Can you lend me this DVD?

okaasan, kon pekopeko suru node, tabemono o tsukutte kureru yo.
Mom, I am really hungry. Let’s cook something please

totemo isoi de iru node, dekirudake hayaku kono messenji o maria san ni tsutae te kure nai.
i am really hurry now, could you please send this massage to ms Maria for me as soon as possible ?

Note : For the second way of using this structure :
+) is often used with this form :  「てくれないか」(man often used) or「てくれませんか」(more polite)
+) 「くれる」form is often used to closed or lower person

Related structures :

くれます kuremasu
てくれる tekureru
てやってくれないか teyattekurenaika, teyatte kurenaika

above is Japanese てくれる grammar tekureru. if you don’t understand the signs we used in fomation, you can find their meaning here : signs used in Japanese grammar structures.

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