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te form question

Postby Stefan » Tue 05.08.2012 1:04 am

had a quick question
te forem pluse ageru means do for /to someone

what does casuative word + te + ageru mean....

to make or some do something for them?
can anyone explain this or if i am right can someone give me a smoother sounding translation.
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Re: te form question

Postby yangmuye » Tue 05.08.2012 1:55 am

させてあげる
let you do, especially “allow you to do”

Likewise, させてもらう Let me do/allow me to do
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Re: te form question

Postby furrykef » Fri 06.22.2012 9:17 am

Stefan wrote:te forem pluse ageru means do for /to someone

You need to work on your spelling. At first I thought you were speaking Latin. :lol:
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Re: te form question

Postby Stefan » Fri 10.05.2012 2:44 pm

lol I will Thanks so much for the help guys. Sorry for Extremely late reply
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