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Gave/offered (polite) in Japanese đŸ‡ŻđŸ‡”

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gave/offered (polite) ă‚ă’ăŸă—ăŸ
How to say “gave/offered (polite)” in Japanese? “ă‚ă’ăŸă—ăŸ”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “ă‚ă’ăŸă—ăŸ” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on gave/offered (polite) in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– Think of "ă‚ă’ăŸă—ăŸ" as "I have raised/given up" in English. The verb root "あげる" means "to give" or "to raise."

– "ă‚ă’ăŸă—ăŸ" is the polite past tense form of the verb "あげる" (ageru), which means "to give" or "to offer." It is often used when the speaker is giving something to someone else.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– あげる (ageru) — to give (plain form)
– くれる (kureru) — to give (when someone gives something to the speaker)
– さしあげる (sashiageru) — to give (humble form)

– Infinitive (plain form): あげる (ageru)
– Present polite: ă‚ă’ăŸă™ (agemasu)
– Past plain: あげた (ageta)
– Past polite: ă‚ă’ăŸă—ăŸ (agemaa)
– Negative plain: あげăȘい (agenai)
– Negative polite: ă‚ă’ăŸă›ă‚“ (agemasen)
– Te-form: あげど (agete)
– Potential: あげられる (agerareru)

Examples of sentences using "ă‚ă’ăŸă—ăŸ":
1. æ˜šæ—„ă€ć‹é”ă«ăƒ—ăƒŹă‚Œăƒłăƒˆă‚’ă‚ă’ăŸă—ăŸă€‚
Romanized: Kinou, tomodachi ni purezento o agemaa.
Translation: Yesterday, I gave a present to my friend.

2. ăŠæŻă•ă‚“ă«èŠ±ă‚’ă‚ă’ăŸă—ăŸă€‚
Romanized: Okaasan ni hana o agemaa.
Translation: I gave flowers to my mother.

3. ć…ˆç”Ÿă«ăŠç€Œăźć“ă‚’ă‚ă’ăŸă—ăŸă€‚
Romanized: Sensei ni orei no shina o agemaa.
Translation: I gave a thank-you gift to my teacher.

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