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N4 Grammar Course

Lesson 79: 〜てやる

Usage:

Te Form of Verb + やる


Meaning:

I do something for somebody or animals.

Examples:

うったてやる
I’ll sue you.

きみにおごってやるよ。
I’ll treat you.

彼女かのじょ怪我けがさせてみろ、ころてやる
If you hurt her, I’ll kill you.

いぬいぬ小屋ごやつくてやるんだよ。
I’m going to build a doghouse for the dog.

わたしいもうとふくあらてやった
I washed my sister’s clothes.

ほんおしてやるよ。
I will teach you Japanese.

つだてやる
I’ll help you out.

いいよ,ぼくがやってやるよ。
No problem, I’ll do it for you.

きみのためにできることはなんでもやってやる
I will do anything I can for you.

利子りしなしでおかねてやるよ。
I’ll lend you money without charging any interest.

Note:

〜てやる is used to express that you do something for your subordinates.
It can also used to express that you do something for animals.

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