Japaneseてほしい(んだけれど) grammar tehoshii (ndakeredo)

Japaneseてほしい(んだけれど) grammar tehoshii (ndakeredo)
Japaneseてほしい(んだけれど) grammar  tehoshii (ndakeredo)

Let’s learn Japaneseてほしい(んだけれど) grammar tehoshii (ndakeredo) :

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Describe the meaning: Ask someone to do something “want the listener to do something”. This is a soft asking.

For example

Kyou ha gakkou o yasumi masu kara, juushin no jouhou o memo shi te hoshii n da keredo.
I was absent today, so can you note down for me the important information.

ima ha isogashii node, watashi ni kawatte, shachou ni shigoto no shindo o houkoku shi te hoshii n da keredo.
I’m busy nơ, so can you, in place of me, report the progress of the work to the director?

kondo no shucchou o okonatte hoshii n da keredo.
Please be my replacement in this business trip.

kondo dake tasuke te hoshii n da keredo.
Please help me this time only

ano e o kake te hoshii n da kedo. Chotto takai tokoro desu ne.
Please help me to hang that picture. It’s too high for me.

Related structures :

がほしい gahoshii
てほしい tehoshii
がほしいんですが gahoshiidesuga
させてほしい sasetehoshii
てほしいん tehoshiin

above is Japaneseてほしい(んだけれど) grammar tehoshii (ndakeredo). 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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