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■  Continuing our look at asking negative questions for politeness, using くださいませんか is a polite way to ask someone to give you something.

HOW to use:

■ Use as you would with ください. After nouns and after the て form of verbs.

EXAMPLES:

(わたし)日本語(にほんご)(なお)してくださいませんか
Won't you correct my Japanese for me?
[my | Japanese language | (direct object) | fix | won't you please?]

そのスーツケースをくださいませんか
Won't you give me that suitcase?
[that | suitcase | (direct object) | won't you please?]

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