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Be given (polite) in Japanese πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

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be given (polite) γγ‚ŒγΎγ™
How to say “be given (polite)” in Japanese? “γγ‚ŒγΎγ™”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “γγ‚ŒγΎγ™” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on be given (polite) in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the Japanese word:

To remember "γγ‚ŒγΎγ™" (kuremasu), think of the phrase "Give me a favor" where "kure" can remind you of "give" and "masu" indicates the polite form in Japanese. Associating it with an image of receiving something can also help reinforce the meaning.


"γγ‚ŒγΎγ™" is the polite form of "γγ‚Œγ‚‹" (kureru), which is used when the speaker receives something from someone else, usually in a context where the giver is considered equal or lower in social status. It's used when the action benefits the speaker or someone close to the speaker.

Other words that mean the same thing:

– "あげます" (agemasu) – to give (used when the act of giving benefits the other person)
– "もらいます" (moraimasu) – to receive (used from the perspective of the receiver)

Conjugations of "γγ‚ŒγΎγ™":

– Present: γγ‚ŒγΎγ™ (kuremasu)
– Past: γγ‚ŒγΎγ—γŸ (kuremaa)
– Negative: γγ‚ŒγΎγ›γ‚“ (kuremasen)
– Negative Past: γγ‚ŒγΎγ›γ‚“γ§γ—γŸ (kuremasen dea)
– Te-form: γγ‚Œγ¦ (kurete)

Examples of sentences:

1. Present:
(Tomodachi ga purezento o kuremasu.)
My friend gives me a present.

2. Past:
(Kare ga okane o kuremaa.)
He gave me money.

3. Negative:
(Kanojo wa tetsudatte kuremasen.)
She doesn't help me.

4. Negative Past:
(Joushi wa adobaisu o kuremasen dea.)
My boss didn't give me advice.

5. Te-form:
(Haha ga tegami o kurete, ureshii desu.)
I'm happy that my mother gave me a letter.

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