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Please in Japanese πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

in English in Japanese S
Please γŠγ­γŒγ„ します。
How to say “Please” in Japanese? “γŠγ­γŒγ„ します。”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “γŠγ­γŒγ„ します。” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on Please in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Sentence info.

γŠγ­γŒγ„ します (onegai shimasu)

1. Formation:
お (o): This is an honorific prefix often used to make a phrase more polite.
γ­γŒγ„ (negai): This is a noun form of the verb "ι‘˜γ† (negau)" which means "to wish" or "to request."
します (shimasu): This is the polite form of the verb "する (suru)" which means "to do."

Together, γŠγ­γŒγ„ します means "please" or "I request of you."

2. Tips to Remember:
– Think of お (o) as a way to add politeness.
γ­γŒγ„ (negai) is derived from "ι‘˜γ† (negau)", "to wish/request".
します (shimasu) is a common polite verb ending meaning "to do."
– Visualize yourself making a polite request when you say it, which can help solidify its meaning.

3. Alternative Phrases:
γŠγ­γŒγ„ (onegai): Less formal, still polite.
γŠγ­γŒγ„ できますか (onegai dekimasu ka): More formal, β€œCan you please [do this]?”
ください (kudasai): Simply "please," usually attached to a verb stem for requests (e.g., β€œγŸγΉγ¦ ください (tabete kudasai)” means "please eat").
γ©γ†γž (douzo): "Please," often used when offering something, like an invitation to proceed.
γ‚ˆγ‚γ—γ γŠγ­γŒγ„γ—γΎγ™ (yoroshiku onegaishimasu): Used in various contexts, like spoken requests or favors where you're relying on someone's help (e.g., β€œPlease take care of this”).

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