Japanese Learning

N4 Grammar 77:〜てくれる/てくださる

Usage:

Te Form of Verb + くれる/くださる

Meaning:
Somebody does something for me.

Notes:
1.〜てくださる is more respectful than 〜てくれる,so 〜てくださる is often used to express that your superior do something for you.
2.The subject is the person who do something for you,you can not use 〜てくれる/てくださる to express that you do something for others.Instead,you can use 〜てあげる/てさしあげる to express that you do something for others.

Example:

かれわたし部屋へやそうしてくれました。
He cleaned my room for me.

Voice:

先生せんせいきょうしょしてくださいました。
My teacher borrowed me the textbook.

Voice:

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